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It was one of the pride days of my life, after very long 8 years I meet Hiroji and his sister and after a car trip with endless talking I hug my Friend Atsushi. In such a moment words are not necessary. It is 10 years ago, when our friendship started in a Apfelwein Kneipe in Frankfurt. Now we can start all over again. Life is beautiful !!!!! The place where everything happens, is a bar ...
... on the counter for daddy. He'll sort it when he gets home." There was usually a small pile on the counter for him to tend to when he got home.
We went to a local "Home" store to buy a few things for the house. This is where I think the Japanese are just messing with us. One small item comes in a styro-foam package with plastic and wire twistie ties. What the hell bin does all THAT go in??? Our ...
... 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 ...
... we had just basic stop signs, yield signs, traffic lights...nothing too complicated. HERE, there are so many street signs, traffic lights, and things painted on the roads. Not just for cars now, there are pedestrians, bikes, mopeds, motorcycles, rickshaws, buses, streetcars and trolleys ALL sharing the same roads. And they all have their own set of rules, but you have to know that it's ok for mopeds and motorcycles to come up the center line or up ...
... when I arrived there was a pile of extra festival gear set aside for me. Moments after I walk through the door Dad is standing in the living room getting kitted up, complete with traffic control sash and whistle. This is serious local business, ha.
To give a basic run down of what the local festival involves, the town is split into the three main areas - downtown, midtown, uptown. Each area is assigned a portable shrine (think big flashy gold ...
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