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Last post from Fukuoka Japan!!!
Just wanted to let you know that my Japan trip is coming to an end. The time has almost come for me to leave and head toward the Korean Consulate to pick up my passport. Once I pick my passport up I will then head back to the Hakata Port International Terminal were I will take the ferry boat back to Korea. ...
Just waned to give you all a quick update.
I headed out early this morning to find my way to the consulate via the subway. I found the consulate thanks to some wonderful blogs that I found giving me great directions. I dropped off my passport and was told that I could pick ...
... am hoping that I will be able to head back to Busan Friday afternoon or Saturday morning at the latest. There used to be a 24 hour turn around to when dropping off your passport and picking it up, but sometimes it takes 2 days.
I hope everyone has a great day. I will explore some tomorrow after I drop my stuff off at the consulate. I will give you an update as soon as I have one tomorrow.
... 4 luggages and of course check in for our flight. Once I was ready with the weight distribution of the luggages (to not exceed 20kg per piece), I opened the KLM email to check in. To my surprise, I had to check in on the website of Delta airlines, a partner of KLM. And Delta airlines has great luggage rules that are in our favor ;) when you fly from Japan to Europe, you are allowed to check in max 3 luggages of 23 kg per person. Amazing ...
... this. It was cut paper thin
and melted in your mouth. The bones and head were taken back to the kitchen and
made into a yummy miso based soup – nothing is wasted. They just kept ordering
dish after dish for us to try new things, many creative meat and vegetable
dishes. We had great laughs and learned so much – including that Kyoko is
Back to Nobu and Taka’s apartment which is quite large by
Japanese standards (about 800 ...