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... at the stand selling it, they then hand you a plate and some chopsticks and you eat it right there with them. We tried some Dongnae Pajeon which is like a savoury wrapped pancake, usually filled with seafood but ours had minced pork, herbs and all kinds of other loveliness in it. You dip it in the soy sauce that they provide and then hand all the utensils back once you are done. It was so good! I felt quite proud of myself for trying ...
... led by our intrepid guide, to the fish market. There were many merchants, mostly women, set up outside. The displays of the thousands of fresh and dried fish (none of which I recognized) and other seafood (octopus, orange creatures called squirters, crabs, mussels, big clams and more) were on flat trays or plastic bowls. It was very crowded. I’m sure the merchants were glad when we left so they could sell to their countrymen and women.
We drove ...
... cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 2 Japanese Yen, 5020 Korean Won
# of times we did laundry: 7
# of languages we know how to say Butterfly in: 31
# of holes Amber's sneakers: 5
Next stop: Seoul, South Korea
... parts were getting out of the big cities. Aokigahara forest, near Saiko lake (ironically pronounced "psycho"), was a... lovely hike. I love all things creepy and there was no way I could come to Japan and not visit this haunted forest.
I finally got to see Mt. Fuji!
I ate some exotic food, a lot of it raw. And gross. Hey, at least I tried!
I was so sad to leave Japan. ...
... From the bus terminal in the distance you can see the green dome and minaret pointing up with some arabic writing. Its an easy walk just down the street away from the terminal, cross the intersection and go a block up the hill. ...