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... store and Uni Qlo instead. By the time we had finished doing this, New t-shirts heavier it was about 6:30 and we noticed the driving rain outside. So rather than head back out and get soaked we decided to head back to the hotel with a bento and spend he evening relaxing in our room nursing our tired feet and sunburn :'(
It's now about 9:30 and we are watching some dodgy Japanese drama set on a boat full of murder and intrigue.
Tata for ...
... ourselves, and at this stage we didn’t know exactly where it was happening which was slightly disconcerting.
What struck us immediately was that there was no hysteria amongst the people or the TV news media, just quiet acceptance of the situation. As soon as we got back to the hotel we got the full story from the BBC website, which was to be our primary source of information for the next six days.
... zoo area. They had flamingos, ducks, chickens, guineas, jack rabbits, and another critter that I could not identify. It looked very cuddly but it was quite shy. Flamingos are the bullies of the place; they walk around and thrust out their necks towards anyone with food. Like many bullies, though, they are not smart so I fed them sticks and pieces of grass, saving myself the trouble of actually buying food.
After petting the birds (we didn't actually ...
Baza - Woke at 06.20 and had a chat with Jan via Skype - a good start to the day.
Although Andy and me were very tired (hence the typos!) yesterday and were considering an easy day in Osaka, we decided that we should make the effort and go to see Himeji Castle. So off we went, taking the same train route as yesterday and reaching Himeji an hour after leaving Osaka.
We went into the information centre, located in the station, and were given a town ...
... know my reports are always long, but you can scroll down and just read the parts that interest you if you want. Meeting I went to Japan to attend the Joint Tuna Regional Fisheries Management Organization (RFMO) meeting. There are 5 tuna RFMO's that divide up the oceans and were created so that countries can make collective decisions on how to responsibly manage their commercial tuna industries. For years now, I have been attending the Inter-American Tropical ...