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Orrighty, so after a while life on exchange is oddly similar to life back at the ANU. Obviously the scenery and food are different (and the language), but once you slot into daily-life mode your everyday existence is routine. Which I like, 'cos being amazed(!) or confused(!) or frustrated(!) all the time is incredibly exhausting. lol
And routine doesn't necessarily mean life is easy, it just means the challenges are more ...
... it to us in the owner special collection. I will upload when I can. I found the movie he must have been filming at the time and will watch on our return. We said goodbye to our dear friend at train station and arrived to see our host in Tsukuba. Marc has weird rash now. So gave him Benadryl and he was out like a light. Better this morning. Always carry emergency meds out of country. He always gets something or lands in ER. So far no ER this trip. ...
... what I do lately to "refine" myself or how i
showdown with the "inner-me." But just to word it in a way that is
maybe more... applicable...I currently, instead of "fighting" myself, am instead
*exposing* inner me.
Inner-me is stronger I think right now than outer me, which is why I
grow tired in fighting, and why I shed tears when I think I can do no
more and have lost the battle. But much like many ...
... stopped at a Cake stall and bought a couple of tea time cakes. I was very proud as I ordered in quasi-Japanese, which was progress: “Konichiwa. Ichi strawberry shortcake and ichi fruit tart o kudasai”. Only then to reach my limit when I had to ask for a fork.
On the way back to the Ryokan we stopped in a local playground as Ben had seen some Panda statues that he wanted a photo of me with. Nutter.
Later that evening we ventured out to the ...
... still, and I loved the fact that they were so manga-esque! Tokyo uniforms seem to be tartan pleated skirts, high socks, shirt sleeved white shirt with tartan tie and a sleeveless cricket jumper. According to Brendan, some of them even wear it on weekends! Weird, but cute.
We made our way over to the restaurant which was nearby and down in a basement. Tokyo is very much an “upstairs, downstairs” city with many restaurants and bars on floors other than the ground ...