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... were listed on the ships points of interest.
Tom would wait outside while I made a quick spin through a store,
when I came out, he was talking with two men, one about our age and
one younger, they were local Baptist Pastors. The older man had
worked at Anderson AFB as a comptroller and had retires a few years
ago. They offered to take us to see the Naval communications
station, and several other places Tom remembered. With no further
... want to make a Japanese person uncomfortable, just stare
at them. This conformity begins
early. I’ve seen many groups of school
children, and in each group they are dressed identically…blending in. Those children also exhibit perfect
obedience. The Japanese strictly follow
rules, thus creating an orderly society.
For instance, no one has to tell them to form two lines while waiting
for a train. No one pushes, shoves ...
... a little of what to had to offer. Starting with lunch. Toru picked a restaurant I wouldn't even have known I could go into. Many look just like small little bars or taverns and have curtains hanging down over the entrance which apparently means they're open but this one did not have any english on it or a pictue menu which is the other way they communicate with tourists. However we ordered two 'omorice', well I say we but it was more Toru, and then enjoyed a plate of chicken and ...
... fairly western, the dessert was missing and, most importantly, the world famous Kobe beef was nowhere to be found... The only good thing about the banquet (apart from the birds) was that we were able to keep masu, the traditional Japanese sake cups. We also got a small souvenir after exiting the banquet venue. On the way out we saw some giant leafs of Victoria amazonica.
... The terminal entrance hall was an ugly pink. Internet terminals are free but ridiculously slow and keeps kicking me out of facebook. I can only type one sentence at a time and it freezes. The lady in the tourist office was also kind enough to tell me the Kansai express train cars seperate at a certain station so be sure to be in cars 1-4.
Everything is so clean and polished in Japan I dont feel like going back. I'm ...