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Travel Blogs from Kumagaya
... the biggest Ferris wheels in the world. To get to the amusement park you had to go through a Toyota sales centre where they had a band playing and you could try sit in the cars..well cool! The night when we were suppose to have dinner and go to a karaoke bar..we ended up going to dinner at an Japanese/ Italian restaurant after 40 min walk in the rain trying to search for the karaoke bar. My umbrella turned inside out and broke ...
... guy: check tomorrow morning. smiling and nodding Me: Arigato (giving up) After an hour the guy knocks on the door with a package in his hand! My passport!:)))) It was there all along! Haha I am just so happy I have it so I can actually leave this country next Wednesday. My provisional passport only allows me 1 entry and it's used so I would be going nowhere until my original passport showed up. But I've got it:) Wehooooo! ...
... 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 ...
... heard that doctors in Japan are prescription-happy, so I'd expected something of the sort, but it was amusing all the same. I left the clinic with a white bag full of little pills and instructions on when to take them. The whole visit, prescription and drugs included, cost Y1,730 -- about $20.
My ear is much better already, though it still makes some weird noises from time to time. Still, it's a nice change after having spent a ...
... shaking. The newscaster waited for the mayor to finish his sentence, then politely said, "I'm very sorry, but there's an earthquake happening right now, so I must transmit that information at this moment."
Once the earth had settled down and the newscaster had finished listing the affected regions and how hard the quake had been felt in each of them, as well as repeating that there was no danger of a tsunami, she went right back ...