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... local I could inflict my broken anime Japanglish upon, and through various sites/BBs I got a bite even with <24 hrs notice.
Hiroko-san was my first victim - we met at an ultra-chic cafe in Kyoto where I ordered a strange perfumey green tea that was supposedly a rare find in Japan. Hiroko is a photosynthesis research scientist for Kyoto University, and recently moved here from Paris after living there 4 years. I had (too) many questions ...
... on what the problem was. Then 10 minutes later deciding they were ok and with no explanation just left...
So we finally took off and the flight was just horrible in general. Staff weren't helpful and didn't give us the right immigration form, people were shouting at each other and rude, babies nappies were being changed next to us, there was a constant queue for the toilet and there were no head rest TV's!!! Overall it was a hellish flight and goes down ...
Today is a free day! We each had things we wanted to do. Nat, Josh, Kerry and Julie maneuvered their way through the busy train system to get to Tokyo Disney, Trudi found herself a hairdresser/ masseuse in the heart of the city by herself, and Kaz had things to do, also, including a visit to another museum! Map in hand I headed out and managed to find a couple of department stores. The prices were on a par with Melbourne, really, but sizes were very small, with men's ...
... were amazing but the broth was a little fishy for our taste. We headed back, picked up some snacks at the convenience store and are working on starting to pack. We will check out at 10am then head to the station for our last train back to the airport. Today we did 9.49 miles bringing us up to a grand total of 97.48 since we left home. Big debating is happening about whether or not we will break 100 before we got home. My money is on yes, but Joel is ...
... only 880 yen (about AUD$10) and I am a bit too stingy to pay AUD$60 for a Lowepro bag. Besides, the Lowepro one is a bit too bulky and you can't remove the straps. We went to another floor to hunt around. If I couldn't find anything here, Yodobashi would be the next bet. Just by chance, I spotted the Panasonic case. I have the larger version for my other camera. The price, however, was at 4860 yen or a princely AUD$55 or so. Oh well, what the heck, it's only ...
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