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... last time we were here. We did find it but, unfortunately, it was closed, so we found another small restaurant a couple of streets away and had a delicious meal of battered chicken with spring onions and chillies, in a light sauce.
Then it was back to the hotel to Skype Jan and enjoy the added bonus of seeing Immy, who was visiting with Vici.
It's now 22.00 and time for bed again. Looking to start at 08.00 tomorrow.
... for about 20 minutes and the majority of us all piled back on. We weren't ever sure if we got back on the same plane or the one next to the plane we disembarked but we sat next to the same people on our 2nd leg to Tokyo. This was another short flight that was pretty much a take off, a quick pass with the cart to purchase drinks and then the announcement about our descent, which every flight I've taken in Japan has began half and hour before you actually touch down. I did have ...
... it on my Willer Express night bus to Kyoto. The bus had no bathroom, so we had to make periodic stops along the way. The bus operator always had so much to say over the loudspeaker. I don't know which was more frustrating-the fact that I couldn't understand him or the fact that he just had so much to say about a routine trip to Kyoto. My clothes were wet from running in the rain to take bathroom breaks, so I was freezing. The rest stops were spotless and one of ...
... of course :)) and Fridays definitely is the busiest night for commuting and around the neighborhood walking back home.
Nadia enjoys daycare but despite getting off on the right foot on day 1, she ended up getting a bit stressed the next few days and it took her a good week to really get into the routine, and now she is very happy to go to school. Sometimes she is tired in the mornings and not too enthusiastic, but she is always so chipper after ...
... bag on campus and only bring the small one tomorrow morning). But we went to the post office first to get stamps but, probably dunce it was a national holiday, it was closed. So we tried at 7eleven but they didn't have any. So we said good bye to Louise, which almost felt painful even though we're seeing each other tomorrow, and left for Nakano. We walked around in the uniform shop for a while and Agnes felt she needed to get home since it was her host ...