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... as it is winter. Our local bus wound its way from Kii Tenabe to the trail head of Takijiri. And with great anticipation we got our packs ready, grabbed a quick hot coffee from the machine and started up. This section is an immediate steep up, then levels off then up again to Takahara. It seems we were extremely lucky to have seen a herd of wild pigs as we made our way up! Along the trail were three buddha with bibs, baby Buddha, for those who had miscarried ...
... yes I still had my underwear on O_o)
-the under kimono (juban) -- either a full kimono version or
-a two-piece wrap skirt and kimono-style top version - along with a thin obi to keep it closed.
-the obi accessories (obiage, obijime, and perhaps an obidome I had all 3)
-footwear - geta (wooden shoes) and socks (tabi)
By the time they were done I felt like I had on a ...
... called Crunky, which was also surprisingly good!
Really loving Japan so far, would thoroughly recommend it to anyone. It's so clean and modern but also steeped in culture and history, and the people are friendly, helpful, painfully polite and very considerate. We wish we had more than 10 days here but we have so many more places to see, and we will definitely be back.
... Motorola, running chip fabrication facilities. It turns out that Motorola probably should not have spent all that time and money on highly educated experts on the subject – sorry Fred - they should just have hired a Japanese cab driver. I have never been embarrassed to put my suitcase in the trunk of a cab before, but when this guy – in his jacket and tie – popped the trunk open, all I could think was ‘oh, no…’. The rest of ...
... After we ask several people, including that we have directed wrong direction, Marcin went out like a "SCOUT" into a small street to check if the place is there, he come back with a non satisfied face. Suddenly it open a window in our back and a older women starting talking to us in a very aggressive tone. We told her that we don't understand Japanese, but she keeps talking, till the obligatory sign for Geijin pops up, the arms build a cross, like the ...