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... were mostly men while others included women and children. Will enjoyed watching the parade but was disappointed he couldn't help pull or ride on the shrine. At 3 pm, a reenactment of a battle (I'm assuming the key battle in the Nanso Satomi story as the narration was in Japanese) took place on the beach. Warriors paraded onto the sand. More Samurai waited in boats off-shore before disembarking and storming the beach. The 8 Samuarai from the ...
... has different was of preparing their curry and the one we tried was pretty good. We stopped at a 7-11 where we picked up a few treats, like a bottle of red wine for after dinner and some chocolate for the trip. All the necessities of course. We had a great little visit, another amazing dinner out in a favourite restaurant of Harumi's and tried new foods. Then it was back home for a night cap and to get prepared for our next day of travel to ...
... to say, it's a really nice way to go. Lots of space and few people using the cars. Harumi was waiting for us when we got off the train. She welcomed us with a big smile and hug. It was so good to see again after about 12 years. Last time we saw her was when they had their wedding reception in Chicago. The first thing we did was go to a small, local ramen noodle restaurant. Harumi did quite a bit of research at local ramen shops before ...
... players to prioritise their values at the end of life. The British equivalent is called "Conversations for Life". My KMC placement has been the polar opposite to my hands on, third world Timor experience, but I have learned a lot by quietly watching with the occasional kind translation. I only have a few days left in Kamogawa and then 4/5 McCulloch's will be in Tokyo by Friday! It will be an excellent end to the chapter of my ...
... stay and to encourage hospitals to clear beds. Elderly patients are covered for private care by a government funded insurance plan.
It is difficult to discern the pros and cons of this system with the language barrier. One problem is that even though the government will cover 90% of the cost to fund an elderly patient stay in a care home, many people in rural areas still can't afford the 10%. They have a house, car, and rice ...
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