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... apartment with door and ceiling so low
And goodbye to huge mounds of snow
Goodbye to my blog and taking off our shoes
Goodbye to Dlife whose shows weren’t so new
Goodbye appliances like the one that cooked rice
Goodbye to the moven (microwave +oven) which is quite a device
Goodbye kerosene heater that we thought would kill us in our sleep
Goodbye Daiso where I bought so ...
... can eat and drink for 2,000¥ and the drink is watered down and you get 2 small dishes of food.
So by the time I'd finished (and nicked a few Chinese green tea bags) I was falling asleep from carb overload. I realised we were there not for the good but for the onsen. So we headed to a different floor and went our separate ways. In Japan it's guys only and girls only. Me and loads of Japanese penis'. Brilliant I thought. So I go in and have ...
... off on my receipt was busy. There was lots of apologizing for my having to come back. Luckily, it only takes about a minute and a half from my door to their desk, so it wasn't a big deal, and they just had to interact with me a little more sweaty than I was in the morning since I went right there after runnin.
Tuesday I went to Let's Talk like I normally would when I am available but it was a little different because I was actually running it! The girl who is usually ...
... and shrines, the gap between rich and poor and any home remedies they had for sickness. One suggestion for prevention was to gargle a lot, which we both did when we came back to the apartment later that night. We talked with the men once we went over to eat lunch and Tamura San told us a little about Nagasaki, one of the cities on our itinerary. I also learned that I can do cross country skiing for free in the park across the river during the winter months.
... whistle to deal with.
The takeoff was smooth. The climb was gradual. We passed the wreckage of the C-130, this time off to our right. Then, as soon as we rounded the last hill I set course, not wanting to risk flying any further than we’d have to.
I had filed us for 8000’. As soon as we made contact with the controllers I asked for a block range of 6000’ to 10,000’ to avoid icing ...