Hotel Monterey Amalie
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... flowed freely. The speech seemed to go down alright with even the Japanese getting some of my attempts at watered down Aussie humour. After the reception it is traditional for the bride and groom and friends to head off to an after party at an Inzakara (like an Aussie pub). The relatives and parents usually meet up somewhere else for a more mundane after party. We managed to fit more food in including raw horse and washed it down with plenty ...
... Nakazakicho Shopping Arcade. So back onto the subway to try somewhere else. The Osaka subway is great to use, each line is colour coded and each station has a name and station number. Can use the same ticket on different lines and the ticket machines are pretty easy to use. Found our way to the Kuromon Markets a few suburbs away. While some of the stall holders were beginning to pack up, there was a wide range of stalls, all mixed together. Saw a fish shop next to a ...
... think you're good with chopsticks? I've observed at breakfast that the Japanese use chopsticks for EVERYTHING. This includes eating toast and rolls. They pick the whole thing up with chopsticks, take a bite then set the remaining portion down. So, like I said, do you think you're good with them? Try eating a pizza. This outa separate the men from the boys! I've actually become reasonably proficient with ...
... visit friends and then on Tuesday
head to the very southern tip of Taiwan to the first farm I am volunteering
on. I don’t know too much about what
I’ll be doing there but I believe they have goats so I am excited to work with
animals. After about a week there, I
will head to the next volunteering location which is closer to Tainan in the
beautiful mountains of Taiwan. This
place is a women run ...
... by a crash, and then voices
of men. I threw open the drapes and was
immediately face to face with a Japanese man, standing on a ladder with a small
saw in his hands. We were both shocked
and surprised at the encounter. He was a tree trimmer standing on an extension
ladder, sawing branches from a tree. He
would saw off the branch, let it crash and the ground crew below would throw
the branch on to a ...