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"Take a drink; And you'll sinkTo a state of pure inebriation
You'll be tanked; Like the whole Irish nation!
When you drink enough of my beer; You will find this magic rule
Make your every joke a jewel; You'll drive drunker than Oksana Baiul!
Go on buds, drink my suds; Till you've reached that pure inebriationThough the beer may be free, you're just renting it from me"
Got a good sleep in to recover from last night of drinking, after all ...
... a massive tooth infection which had ruined his vacation because he had to keep going back to the doctors for injections and check ups. His right hand side of his face was massive. I then decided I had to have a shower before I met up with Xavier and Ala. I hadn't seen Ala since that morning so I had no idea if she was going to come out with us. When I was having a shower I had a few naked men around me. I wore my swimming shorts again. I didn't like it. It's really weird ...
... was lucky, I got to skip the cost, even Kibayashi was surprised! He then said goodbye to me, wished me luck and thanked me for my help at Hannan.
The flight to Narita Airport was surprisingly fast, only 50 minutes. I had plenty of time to wait at Tokyo, so once I'd made it past immigration, I looked around some of the shops. I had two heavy carry-on bags though, so for the most part I just sat down - they were a challenge to carry through the huge airport. I found my ...
... or Universal ****** as every Japanese train announcer and conductor pronounces it. I know it is childish, but I still laugh every time.
We wanted to try a particular Tonkatsu on Universal Walk called Wako Tonkatsu. We entered there, and immediately I didn't feel comfortable. All Japanese restaurants, from McDonalds up to the most expensive, with the exception of the stupid Hard Rock Cafe, make a fuss of the customer. The staff at this ...
Today was my last full day in Japan. In the morning I biked to Hannan and delivered my farewell speech to the teachers, said goodbye to everyone (and everything) else, including my desk that I spent hours sitting at. At 9.30am I went to Karita Primary School, as was organised, where I taught three second year classes. These students were all about 6-7 years old, and very cute! We practiced correct pronunciation of fruits in English and then set up a sort of 'fruit shop' ...