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Leaving the ship this morning parting ways with new friends and I am off to Osaka for one night before heading home. Well my last 3 days on board alone didn't really turn out to be alone that much :o) Besides all the crew looking after me I met some other nice people. I have been invited by a lovely couple from Canada to come visit either city, beach or snow. Another couple from Cars Park in Sydney who have a lovely ...
... speaking Japanese, girlfriend only Japanese). Very interesting group and we were happy that everyone took their own route.
We visited the village just before the big tourist groups were invading this beautiful place. Some of the houses are real treasures and are showing as well the way it was built and uses. (Mainly rice farm, but as well silk production, etc,)
Soon after we finished departed ...
... a third spa bath which I tried. However, it was not just right. In fact, I got some sort of electric shock from it, all the way from my toes to my stomach. Horrified that I couldv'e just been fried, I went back to my favourite 'normal' spa. I found out later from Satoshi's girlfriend Jane that that third spa had a low electric pulse for massage running through it, but that the instructions said that if you had body-piercings you shouldn't use ...
... gifts including $115 canteloupes. And no, that's not a typical price for fruit/food, there's apparently a tradition of giving specially-grown canteloupes in custom boxes for the Japanese. After pulling ourselves away from the high-end munchies, we headed up to take a look around, but got distracted in the elevator by a young mother, her two children and the small chocolate-colored poodle mix, puppy she was holding. ...
... them. Citizens were told to fight, fight, fight to the death: it was better to die honourably for the Emperor and Japan than surrender. It was more honourable to die than be captured too. There were rumours (I don't know how true) that if the foreign devils caught them, they would do unspeakable things to their captives, especially women and children. In 1945 the Allies had occupied parts of Japan, but citizens were committing suicide ...
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