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... They upgrade what they see fit and what is needed. Upgraded security cameras were not needed.
On day 2 in Kobe, I had another SAS trip. This one was to Nara to see the deer park and several shrines and temples. The day had a promising start when our trip liaison came to where we were meeting a bit confused wondering what trip this was. Once down at the bus, he realized that he forgot his ticket for the trip in his cabin. Luckily there was an extra for him. Oh, ...
... to offer to my hosts.
We talk football, music, cars, Japan's fascination with unnecessarily excessive paperwork for a
seemingly simple process and the English language until about midnight and then wish a good night.
I write some more for the journal, organise my thoughts (well, there are about three!), make some notes for the blog, respond to emails and then hit the bed at about 2am preparing myself for a relatively somber or even slightly depressing day ahead.
... excited, welcoming us into their game right away. This was the best moment of my whole trip in Japan.
I was playing soccer with Japanese students my age in the most beautiful weather. We played with a futsal, which is a heavier and smaller type of ball usually used for indoor soccer in the states. After playing for about an hour we had to say our goodbyes and continue back to the ship but not without a full photo shoot, of course. ...
... used so far, we were in luxury!
Back at the flat by 10pm bed time was calling!
Bey stayed home, Kathy and i went out on the bikes and shopping for the Nabe party in the evening. Nabe is a Japanese hot pot, it has fish, stock, veg and noodles in and is extremely tasty especially with Naomi's mums special ingredient! We had a fun night meeting Kathy's lovely friends, good food and wine and a great night was had by all!
... needed those utensils and continued to use them the entire time we were there! The man in charge of arranging the food and decorating the plates frequently had a morsel too much for the "appearance" and so had to eat the extra bite. One man licked his utensils so much, Workerbee thinks he'll be 300 pounds by the end of the summer. Workerbee was happy to see the chef run his hands quickly under a faucet twice while we were there ...