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... it just gnaws whatever I'm trying to cut. Since most Japanese homes have a tiny oven (9x9) or they don't have one at all, I bought a counter-top oven/convection/rotisserie that I've been using in our room. This one will fit a 9x13 pan! (It was funny while we were house-hunting because the realtors would laugh and say, "No turkey!" when we mentioned how small the ovens are. I guess they've heard that a few times from ...
... were much nicer than the town house we looked at a few days ago. These were in nicer neighborhoods, newer, cleaner, bigger...just much nicer.
After the 3rd or 4th house she asked if we'd like to go to lunch. I explained to her about our son's food allergies and I was nervous to eat out since I don't speak the language but with her it would be easier. She started describing different types ...
... as I always do on international flights. Afterwards, I got the "itis" and stretched out in my recliner chair on the plane and rested in the Lord. LOL That sounded churchy huh? LOL After arriving to Tokyo and getting checked into the hotel, we proceeded to do some exploring. We walked around, talked to the natives, took pictures, met some man from Kenya who SWEARS that he was an employee of President Obama's father's company (O_0), had great food with bomb dot com ...
... In fact, many of the Koreans I encounter are pretty rude.
2. The cleanliness of both the city and the people was superb! I did not once see vomit on the sidewalk or any random loiter on the roads. Unfortunately, in Korea, people get so drunk that they vomit and urinate right in the streets. Additionally, Koreans dig in their nose and butts, and cough up phlegm and spit anywhere. And when I say anywhere, I mean anywhere! I've seen it even ...
... area were interesting too. We went back to the main road to get lunch, finding a little side street which sold takoyaki - balls of some type of starch with octopus inside and fish shavings on top. They were very hot (heat). Nice to try, but would not be a regular menu item for us. After another walk of the streets we had our last stop at a small modern art gallery which had prints of Chagall on exhibition. Fun. We caught the train back to Tokyo, to Ginza, a ...
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