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Travel Blogs from Shinagawa
... nearly every word in the place was written in
Japanese. Luckily, between two science teachers, we extrapolated and filled in the gaps easily.
we never saw Mount Fuji. The cloud cover was in place most days. I suppose that
will give us something to look forward to on the plane. There are big storms headed this way tonight so I´m glad to be headed home.
Japan, and thanks for the memories.
... up was the wild foods weekend where 20000 people crowded up the mini town of Hoki to eat mental foods (like wild grubs, grasshoppers or raw paua), drink loads of alcomohol and listen to music whilst continuously shouting for ‘wagon wheel’ to be played. It was quite the spectacle and Graeme and Leanne (friends from back home) came over from Christchurch to see what it was all about. It was a pretty cool atmosphere and we stayed over at Rhys and Shelleys from ...
... concern. Thanks to my sister and the wonderful Saya Chit in Myanmar, my visa was later sorted and I didn’t have to rethink my plan.
Everything is so clean here! There are temples to look around, shopping arcades to browse through, Nob Coffee to be wondered at, and parks to visit that are full of never ending people watching opportunities.
One such park ...
... got home I lent Naho the manga while we waited for dinner to get ready. It was quite good, even thought I have up to Vol. 8 I have only read 5 of them, but the story line is simple enough to understand and I can imagine what happened for the story to get to this point (this kind of description is really to much for a children's manga... That's why it is a children's manga). We ate dinner and then I watched som children's anime. I haven't had the time to follow any anime ...
... technical stuff and asked me who it belonged to (probably having seen R's name flash up and realising that I was probably not a Japanese woman). He said I couldn't use the card and for a moment I thought he wasn't going to give it back, so I stood there holding my hand out while saying OK and nodding repeatedly. I took the card and seconds later used it to get on the right line: turns out "couldn't" meant "shouldn't", but I am absolutely done with following ...