Hotel Vista Ebina
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... your jacket or umbrella till everyone was counted present. Though one thing was highly different - that of hiding below your desk while the "earthquake" was still rumbling. Then, back to class and recieving your FINAL SCORE *eep*. Seems like it took forever to get to my name... but I finally got to see it. And I passed! Scored 470/600 and the bar was set on 320. So, B-class here I come!^^ I can honestly say that´s a huge ...
... Udon/Soba/Ramen = noodle soup dishes
- Takoyaki = fried octopus dough balls
- Mitarashi Danguo= glutinous rice balls (motchi) in a sweet caramel soya sauce
- Tonkatsu = breaded and deep-fried pork cutlet served with rice
- Melon pan = a sweet bread shaped like a half melon.
- Kushikatsu = Japanese breaded deep-fried kabobs with varieties such as chicken, pork, seafood and vegetables. Often served with a sweet tonkatsu sauce. ...
... the auction starts (indicated with a bell) none of them can understand any word. There is around 30 seconds a intensive bidding going on and the lot is changing hands. This takes place for the approximately 10 lots that have been prepared on the auction floor. We don't know the price being paid for tuna, but we know that there is a lot of money involved.
Soon as the auction is over, the tuna are marked with red paint ...
... the next day. So we now had no cards between us as mine had been stolen in Cambodia, so our only option was to get in contact with someone back home to get money via Western Union. I managed to get hold of my dad pretty quickly and he was able to transfer money ( thanks Daddy), but we would need to visit a branch to have access to that money.
The hostel security was terrible and anybody could have just walked in and entered rooms as they had volunteers on ...
... if I was sure I wanted to leave the hotel. I was warm enough but snow was getting in my face and eyes which was annoying. I got out the umbrella and blame this for making me miss the turn off to Maitlands hotel which should've been a five min walk but turned into fifteen at least. But soon enough we were on our way to the electronics district Akahabra. There was probably a quicker way to get there and we were a bit ice block by time we got somewhere for ...