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... very reflective. October will mark the sixth year of working on the road. Being a big fan of Viktor Frankl and his work, I always seem to be in search of the meaning of my experiences. What can I take away from my road experiences?
I have learned lessons about big ideas through the experiences of many people living their daily lives. Instead of big ideas directing ...
... to find another place to have a couple of drinks, but it can be hard in Yamaguchi because many of the small bars are hostess bars, which we really didn`t want to accidentally walk into. Eventually we found a little wine bar where we had a couple of drinks and then went back to the hotel. Mizue was picking us up at 8:20am the next morning to take us to the station where we would catch our train to Hiroshima so we had a bit of an early ...
... to be a museum for a famous Japanese poet. That was a bit of a problem for us, because everything was in Japanese and even the displays were old books. The lady at the front desk was able to give us a photocopy of an English book explaining the poets life and why he is so signifigant to Japanese history. The museum wasn`t all that interesting, but it was cool and indoors, so we sat down and read all about this Japanese poet.
After the museum, ...
... we were American. We told them we were from Canada and that we were on our honeymoon. They all cheered us. They were super nice and gave Lane an extra kabob which we didn`t even notice until we were about a block away. We went down another small side street and found another mini lantern festival where we got snow cones and the people there also asked where we were from. They were also very nice and we went back to our hotel feeling very good about out experiences so far in ...
We left Emei Shan early in the morning and headed to Yibin on the bus. Yibin was the biggest dive we had ever seen,with no actual roads just piles of mud.We tried to buy bus tickets at the station but the woman just rambled on at us in Chinese. When we didn't understand she wrote it down for us, in Chinese.Again,very helpful. Eventually we worked out that we had to go to another bus station across town to get to Shunan.We were on the bus when suddenly it stopped by the ...
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