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... and the rest of the symbols. Before starting, she showed us how to purify ourselves so now can do it to when we enter a temple. During the ceremony, Elena and Ariana followed every moment with interest and even later, Ariana made us a private tea ceremony. Elena also loves Japan with their traditions and beauty, even though we do not know a lot about it. This is why they are preparing some work on History and Traditions ...
... to cook. And no cell phones allowed. They want you in and out.
Chicks: Japanese chicks seem to have more 10's but Taiwan has better looking chicks overall per capita. They do wear a lot of makeup here though and it seems like they take hours for the doll like look. So whatever floats your boat. It's nice but would be tough to date and deal with on a daily basis. However, foreigners are not special here. In Taiwan as a foreign male we are usually stared at because we are ...
... any outlets to charge electronics on... that really didn't matter though because we also learned that there was no wifi so the TV's on the seats were about all that there was to do. The plane was huge and it really didn't even feel like we were moving at all. When you looked ahead in your seat it didn't feel like you were on an airplane, it felt like a giant building. Once we were in the air it was not long until they went around ...
... of warm water. There was a " holy f#%~*k" on one of the first mornings the sent Joel and myself into fits of laughter. One more water efficient model allows you to wash your hands in the water that fills the cistern. I have to add to this. It is Monday 4 March and Stuart and I are having lunch in a bar called Hunter in Akakura. He just came back from the loo saying that when he opened the door the lid lifted all by itself. I'm off to check it ...
Its sooo cold!! Leaving the sweltering temperatures of Oz to arrive in Tokyo mid winter was always going to be a shock... but now we know just how much of one! A days grace of winter sunshine that turned to rain overnight and snow by the next morning gave a rude and shivering introduction to this organized yet chaotic city.
Arriving in a place where, at best, the English is broken, odd words or phrases with lots of smiles and nods interspersed with many a "hai" - ...