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... et la Chine et disent s'y préparer. Il y a une inimitié profonde entre les deux Corée et la Chine face au Japon, restes de blessures de la Deuxième Guerre mondiale. Il y a toujours un risque d'éclatement entre les deux Corée, quoiqu'on se dise persuadé dans le Sud, qu'il y aura intégration d'ici 10 ans des deux entités en une seule. Il y a toujours cette valse hésitation entre Taïwan et la Chine Continentale. ...
The main landforms of Tokyo are mountains and plains. They also include volcanoes and islands. The highest mountain in Tokyo is 3776 metres long, called Mount Fuji. The Kanto plain is Tokyo's biggest plain and is densely populated. Mount Fuji is also a volcano. It has erupted 38 ...
... at 13.30 to expected torrential rain (it was rather sunny when we left Ishigaki - typical). We reach our hotel completely soaked through. The area, Shinjuku is home to the busiest railway station in the world with over two million passengers passing through it each day. It has sixty exits, a massive underground network of shops and bars and underground walkways that go on forever. The area is what I thought ...
And so it begins! I lay here awake in my hostel bed at 230am, stone cold sober and wide awake. Jet lag and a bitter hangover got the best of us for most of the day, so now I have overslept and have no where to go. I suppose there couldn't be a better time to fill you in on the first few days. Arriving at the airport at the crack of dawn on Tuesday, there was a big chance this trip was going to start on the wrong foot. By overbooking our plane and leaving myself a tight ...
... only occupants. Amanda tried to push the chicks at me, and I think I chatted with one, but I honestly have no idea how long we were there. By the time I made it to the bar to pay the bill, the tab had run up 44,000¥. About $500. That would be about the most expensive vodka and orange I have ever had. This is when the two black bouncers appeared. I am not usually the haggling type, but there was no way I was paying that bill, any more than ...
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