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... Japan. The weather that day in Osaka had been warm and rainy - it was still 20 degrees at 8pm in the evening when we arrived and there was thick cloud covering the city.
My first view of mainland Japan was mesmerising... popping out through the thick, low level cloud to see the lights glittering below us. I would have loved to have taken a photo, but the no electronic devices sign was on by that time. It was a very memorable moment that I don't think ...
... about an hour of sitting on the balcony rail, the little bird flew up inside of the balcony itself (ours was fully private with a roof so no one could overlook us) and he settled in a nook above our heads.
He looked at us curiously as we whistled at him, tapped the balcony rail and tried talking to him and then tucked his head under his wing and went to sleep. There ...
It's our 2nd full day in Singapore and we've retreated to the cool aircon in our hotel room for a cheeky post-lunch nana-nap! We hopped on the SIA hop on/off bus and did the full loop before stopping at the Flyer for the best view in town. After that it was back on the bus to Chinatown for a hawker meal and stroll through the markets before heading back to home base. So not a very taxing morning really? Yesterday we joined the rest of Singapore ...
... glass. Bill and I consumed a number of Tiger Beers during the evening and a bit too much whiskey when we got back to the flat but hey I'm on holiday. Sunisa went off to bed Bill and I chatted about the past. As with most conversations between chaps who have had a little too much to drink, it got deep and meaningful or so we thought and I eventually went to bed feeling very content.
... uncle is selling food or introducing
How they do their laundry in the kampong days
How they make their food and spices from.
Hmm didn't know that under the bed is actually a children playpen