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... If I ran the circus, there would always be night shows and never morning shows. At night, the crowds are bigger and more animated and all of our bodies are much more awake, alive and ready to fly. After years of flying at TSNY in the middle of the night, it just feels right to me, and not so much like work.
As for my new trick (the Forward Over), the month of July has been an adventure every show. Before coming to Japan, I had caught the ...
... around low twenties-after a week in Tokyo that boiling sauna everything seems cold). At times I had the feeling I was in Brussels minus the beer and waffles. Here it was sake and Japanese sweet balls. And might I add we stayed in a hostel! Yes two whole nights! I feel like a true hippie not washing my hair, travelling with a backpack and a 4 year old. Anyway the hostel was great minus the slight smell of old shoes (I think this ...
... and our lives across the globe. Damn, I wish Australia was closer to California! Together , we were the inn's only guests. We floated around the premises in our kimonos which forced us to pay attention and enjoy the art of walking slowly and stay in tune with our sensory awareness. Again, Merrill and I were shutter bugs and only when our various devices ran out of battery and memory did we put them down and force ourselves to rely on our own ability to see and our own dwindling memory ...
... who made it so, and my love to all those I did not get to see on this go around. Not to worry, I’ll be back soon enough.
Toyama-shi, Toyama prefecture
Toyama-shi is the capital city of the Toyama prefecture. It is located on the west coast of Honshu about 190mi. northwest of Tokyo. It is built around a large bay on the Sea of Japan. To the east it faces the magnificent Tateyama Mountain Range, which forms part of the ...
... br> After spending an hour or so wandering through the garden and generally enjoying the lovely weather, we walked out to grab a good spot to watch the passing parade. We were told it would get here around 4:30 and this was about 3:45 now when we left the garden. To our surprise, the parade was already here! Well not so much the traditional parade in costume but rather a bunch of schoolgirls doing baton twirling and some marching bands. We found a very ...
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Other places to stay in Takaoka
1 Shinyokomachi, Takaoka | 3 star hotelfrom $77
1-8 Suehiromachi, Takaoka | Hotelfrom $75
2-1 Marunochi, Takaoka | 3 star hotelfrom $48
5-2-7 Ekinan, Takaoka | Hotelfrom $47
4-55 Shimozekimachi, Takaoka | Hotelfrom $58
1-35 Shimozekimachi, Takaoka | Hotelfrom $64
1-34 Shimozekimachi, Takaoka | Hotelfrom $80