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... the shrine, this is set upon their shoulders. While they march, they rapidly sway the shrine up and down and a little left and right. They shout "wasshoi!" (wa syoi) or "say ya, soi ya, sah, sorya..." (I have no idea what that means. We couldn't really understand what they were saying, I just pulled that info off Wiki.)
The parade started off base, on Blue Street. ...
... can spread out and it has been very quiet. Despite that neither of us have slept much which is a pity as we are arriving in Tokyo at about 4:30 and it will be a long haul to bed time tonight. And of course tonight is the night of the 3rd as we have spent a very short 2nd February mainly on an aeroplane. We made it! We landed early at Tokyo Haneda, had our index fingers prints recorded and mug shots taken going through immigration and ...
... in the plastic wrappings bin. Remove the lid AND the little ring it was attached to, place those in plastic. Then the bottle itself goes into the PETE plastic bin.
The first few days, we had know idea where things would go. Daniel would finish a snack and bring me the bag it was in. "Where does this go mommy?" "Umm, it's not really plastic. It's not really foil (which goes someplace else)...just ...
... after being in the water for 5 minutes.
Back to the room for showers and quiet time. I still want a nap and I told them anyone who talks during quite time will be put out in the hall.
I cooked spaghetti this evening! It's amazing how cooking something so simple can make your life feel normal. Chili's is next door, but how many times can you eat there before getting sick of it? The answer is 3.
... in Japan and all around the world. I remember watching dragon ball as a child in Spain and even now you will find adults and kids alike reading comic books on the metro in Japan. 14. Miniatures. Everything comes in mini. The portions, the glasses, the pillows, the slippers even the Evian bottles are half the size of the small size ones that we buy in Europe. What's the point? It fits in a mini handbag I guess but I'd finish it in two sips. I regularly felt ...