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Travel Blogs from Kawasaki
DAY TWO (1/4/13)—Dallas>Tokyo > Hanoi
"Goin' places that I've never been. Seein' things that I may never see again." –
Willie Nelson, ”On the Road Again”
About 8:30 pm CST, we cross the International Date Line, so by the time I post this, it
will be late evening, January 4.
I have never paid much attention to the actual line of the dateline – it staggers around aimlessly in this part of ...
... asking you to kill anybody.
You want me to kill THE ENEMIES of Jappos, I'll kill THE ENEMIES of
Jappos... Rebs, or Sioux, or Cheyenne... For 500 bucks a month I'll kill
whoever you want. But keep one thing in mind: I'd happily kill you for
... the hardest thing i've done in my life and probably mentally to, but i'm glad i did it, but if you asked me to do it again i would say No. Not because how difficult it was, but because i don't think you can replicate that same feeling of the first time you do something, as with most things in life, the second time will never be as good as the first.
i still wonder how far that disabled man got, i hope he made it as far as he hoped to.
... just google "Roppongi" before venturing in. A late Sunday lunch with the newlywed was a great treat. The following day, Dai and I took the train to Okutama and bused our way as far as possible to hike up the trailhead of Mt. Takanosu (5698 ft.); during the 250-year Edo Period, commoners were not allowed to enter this area because it served as a hawk hunting ground for government and military officials. I'm glad ...
Temari zushi (mini balls of rice with various fish toppings; much easier to eat than full size sushi)
Types of fish used: karei with shiso leaf, tuna(meguro), salmon with kinome leaf.
Raw Tuna & Salmon vinagrette salad (with julienned kombu, sliced white onion, nori slices on top. Dressing: wasabi, soy sauce, ginger juice)
Cabbage & Mushroom salad ...