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... one would be more grand. No, is the answer-no parking control here, and it looked closed. Once inside I could see why-on the list of flights, the bottom three had 'flight of 04.09' next to them to save you getting confused. There are only three international flights, Tokyo, Bangkok and Yantai. Tomorrow's menu has Seoul, Hong Kong and Jiamusi. Keeping it varied. Sergei did have one final question; "money, John?", and I said yes. I assume he meant do you have any, or are ...
... Station is huge.
The train was crowded even though it was 10:30. Suddenly, a few people were grabbing at someone who seemed to be trying to get away from them. I had no idea what was going on or who I should be helping. At the next station the people who had grabbed him dragged him off the train. I thought maybe he was a thief but I asked someone what was going on and I found out he was a groper.
... br> store just as it was closing. Dang! New Year’s Eve is a pretty
quiet affair for most Japanese – they tend to spend it with family,
watching TV or going to temple. We walked around Shinjuku and tried
to get into a couple of restaurants but got turned away. Finally got
into a very odd looking one called Asian Cuisine and had a rather
average meal. We walked around a bit and there were a lot of people
out celebrating, but it was getting a bit ...
... changed the conversation, deciding to ignore what had happened for the remaining twenty minutes of the lesson.
When we were finished I hurriedly texted my British friend, who was married to a Japanese man.
"Find out what this word means, quickly!" I wrote.
Either my student was a freaky pervert who I should never see again, or I had just made a massive faux pas.
Turns out, the clueless gaijin strikes ...
... lucky and only had to wait in line for about 15 minutes before we were seated in the cafe. Since it was a chocolate place, I decided to finally get a chocolate parfait. I'd been seeing them in the window of almost every cafe or restaurant I've walked past since I got to Japan and kept putting off getting one. I'm glad I waited though. It was delicious. It was already 5pm at this point so I decided I'd had enough and we took the subway back to Shinjuku and then got in a cab ...