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... a shirt or whatever in Korea, but not here, so am taking the good luck of bumping into Anthony and him having a vest to sell as a good enough reason to allow me to feel I've earned it. We cooled down with "some abs" as American boss bob put it, enough to make me a little sore. The environment caught me out twice today-planking, I felt drops spray over me and figured whoever had the hose was doing a good thing. It was rain. At 10 I had wondered how the bloke in the bottom bunk was moving ...
... eventually learned that it is a great way to 1. Consolidate your time and 2. To meet people. The old man and I sat next to one another and he was curious about where I came from and where I was staying. He had dissapointingly bad breath and grey nasal hairs that were just happy to join in on the conversation. He was shorter than me and wore large, black framed glasses. I had to explain that I was not scared of traveling alone because this was a safe country and ...
... We headed back toward the metro and had lunch at an Italian restaurant on our way there. We then caught a train to the metro stop closest to our next stop, the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo.
The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo currently has a Francis Bacon retrospective. We started by seeing it. They had a fair number of his works ...
... to all the boys. From the train journey into Tokyo the basic premise of everything seems the same, it's just packaged a bit differently. Apart from the obvious asthetic differences, all the houses seem slightly smaller, the roads slightly narrower and the power lines slightly lower. I got into Tokyo having just missed a typhoon. In it's wake were clear blue skies and temperatures of 30C. I rolled into ...
... recovery. Never mind, instead, we had some noodles and gyozo in a traditional noodle shop before heading back to the hotel to pack our luggage in preparation for tomorrow's departure. Let's see if Christine has more luck in the Ginza department stores tomorrow morning before we leave for the airport in the afternoon. She is very keen to dispense with her Yen. "So poor thing", as they say in Malaysia. ...
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