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... from the word 'liquid nitrogen' I understood all the Japanese being used. Perhaps that doesn't sound like much of an achievement, but for most Japanese learners that is a serious fist-pump moment. Take that complex Japanese vocabulary, booyaa! haha.
And the other best bit. The entire experience cost me the equivalent of $15. And that was for the liquid nitrogen. Japanese health care is mysteriously cheap :)
... and they talked of life in Tadami and life in PA. They had them seated on Tatami mats and pillows. He said that it would have rough on me with my back if it was ******* him. They sat for 2 and half hours. There were 12 dishes served with some of the local plants, and fish. There was prawn, octopus, soup, soba noodles,chicken, Yakotori of bacon wrapped in ...
... arts, sometimes you
have to be strong and fierce (like karate) when the time is right, and
sometimes the tiniest breeze is all it takes (more like tai chi.) It can
be a tornado which destroys and causes sadness but is unavoidable; it
can also be what nature requires to scatter seeds among the earth to
grow more life and allow the beauty to rise from the ground. The nature
of wind is unstoppable, and it can both hurt and ...
... lovely and soft and there were a good number of them as well! The bowl of la mien was with seaweed and squid and was very good too. Ben agreed to a beer and I had a coke. We were again in shock though when the bill came in at ¥3000 (£22.50). The beer alone had cost ¥1000! So we vowed to avoid the beer from here on in!
Back at the Ryokan we’d signed up for the Jacuzzi at 9pm so we collected the key and headed on up to the fourth floor. It was really nice but really ...
... were really busy with people heading home from work, and it takes people so long to say goodbye to each other as each one seems to bow at least three times alternatively! It’s quite a silly sight in amongst the busy crowds.
They took us to a nearby upstairs pub that was playing live music. I was a little apprehensive about what type of music it would be. After the cost of dinner we had checked that there was no entrance fee, but we were in the clear.
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