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... 8211; it was a work of art. Brad decided he felt like a bit more so he
ordered a ‘yam salad’. When it arrived at our table it looked very much like
the green salad we had just finished eating except there was a pile of whitish slimy
snotty stuff on top. Brad dug around looking for the yams but alas no yams to
be found. Brad called the server over and tried to ask where the yams were.
Turns out, the white stuff was the yam – the server was so ...
... feet off (and ours) so headed back by train to the hotel (we are really getting the hang of this, so feeling pretty proud of ourselves). We had dinner in the hotel and Kenzie is getting so good at trying new things. Food wise it is a challenge for me but I knew it would be so am not stressing at all. Ed is so good at finding things for me to eat. We have tried showing my paper explaining in Japanese that I am gluten free and it is met with much ...
... have experienced as tourists and then to finish it with puffer fish. That is something we probably would never have done and all in good company! It was wonderful to see the little girl Ikumi, grown into a happy young woman.
Funny but three of the four work as Systems Engineers and one is in Marketing/Sales.
Phil - Well, this was a big day. I had my step counter going and we got to over 13k steps. Not as ...
... so you drink the actual leaves that impart health. We became part of the ceremony by learning how to behave and respond in Japanese to the Teamaster's questions after our enjoyment. We went up to the observation deck of Tokyo Tower, built in 1956 as a symbol of the rebuilding of Tokyo after the war. Much of Tokyo was destroyed by US firebombing. They discuss it with no apparent trace of resentment, as if it was a natural event like a typhoon. It unabashedly resembles ...
... great looking effects forged into the steel and went on my way.
I made my way past a few other shops searching through a few china shops along the way until I arrived at the temple. Although it was lots less crowded today lots of people were still about doing last minute offerings and donations. Feeling quite hungry I made my way through them eating a few dishes along the way. I then returned to the hotel to drop off my shopping.
When I got back ...