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On the way to the station was something I’d never seen before.
A mannequin, in a store window, descaling a sequined shoe. This may seem almost
impossible, but just have a look at the picture. I’m trying to think of
something funny to say about this, but I am simply drawing a blank as I giggle
simply recollecting the double take I did when I passed it.
I am also intensely happy I brought along shorts. It's 29
... It was a lovely way to spend a hot afternoon with cones of deliciously cold gelati and a spot of people watching. Looking around the stores, virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a flagship store here. Then, we notice a lone monk dressed in robes, chanting a mantra as he makes his way slowly up the street, his traditional dress and presence seems so antithetical to the world of high end fashion. But then again maybe that's why he's here - ...
Well, today has gotten off to an odd start. It's raining, mcdonalds In Sangubashi was torn down, they changed the bacon bowl and we had an earthquake. What a strange first two hours of the day!!!! I'm in the shower and all of the sudden here comes the rumble. It lasted about 20-30 seconds and even though we are told not to worry about it, there are thoughts of horror movies running through my head. It was kind of cool, a little unsettling, and I can now ...
... is the old district. A mixture of temples and seems to be a lot more old people. Nice relaxed vibe to it compared to the rush of the rest of the city.
Northwest of the city and second biggest hub. Huge shopping malls and game centers/theme parks. Seems like a big connection between stations but also western style malls with a ton of shops. PANCHINKO: The gambling slots are a noisier version of Vegas where you win small metal balls. Legally there's ...
... a please and a thank you. All of this makes you mimmic their pleasantries and it is easy to forget that you were told off to begin with. 5. Punctuality. Don't ever be late as you can be sure that the Japanese - and their transport - won't be. Like, ever. It was impressive. Even the smallest local bus in the middle of no where was exactly on schedule. 6. Tatami. The smell of the bamboo matting hits you as son as you enter a room or a restaurant. It feels ...