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... share, but we didn't really realise at first, so we ordered more later. The most surprising thing was that when the waitress asked us where we were from, and we answered the south of England, she asked us if we knew Bournemouth! She had lived there for a while, and of course it's not far from us at all. We finished the evening with some ice cream from 7-Eleven - the hotels here seem pretty cool with you bringing food up to your ...
... Who? But then I remembered I know the brand from movies and I have heard about it! Then I had to go in to Tiffany Jewelry store and realized my winter boots looks like they had been in World War I! Slightly embarrassed but hey what to do? Can't exactly put on my pretty pink flip flops when it's 5 degrees! Found a kit kat shop and it was pretty amazing. Strawberry, apple, strawberry cheesecake, wasabi, orange, rum raisin, ...
... can make our own breakfast...mmm noodles!!;) Transport and stuff are expensive but food isn't really. Today we have just been walking around the area where we are staying and it's hard to walk more than 50 meters without finding a distraction. There is shops, cafes, restaurants, bars, vending machines, arcade centers everywhere. Many bars has the sign "Girls Bar"...havnt explored what it is yet but they don't seem to be anything strange. Don't worry I'll find out! I'll probably ...
... cant have cravings in Saturday, it is pleasurable time.
whatever you want. There 3 policies. 1. Eat three periods this day. 2.
dont take in far too much for every serving. 3. Have three hrs in
Breakfast bake a slice of total grain bread with grated cheese over it.
Lunch a pizza.
Dinner chocolate cake.
eating plan for chaotic people today set some regulations, such as you
have meat ...
... speaks some English, very slowly and carefully, so when I explained the problem in Japanese and got stuck because I couldn't remember the word for "mucus" (I'd even looked it up earlier!), he took over.
"So when you cough, there is..." A long pause. "There is..." another pause as he tried to remember the word, "Sputum."
"Yes," I replied, and that sounded a bit better than my attempt at Japanese, which had been along ...