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... the view we were talking to two other Australian tourists who were in Japan to see the Games Show in Tokyo which started after we left Japan. They had not been in Japan for very long and were happy to see some English speakers – us being the first and also from Australia. The two Australians, Gary (a name easily remember from the NO GARY NO anti-smoking advertisement) and his friend (unfortunately cannot recall his name) were on the island for a ...
... it is this kind of continuous teaching of morals that preserves the culture of Japan and provides for a people that are responsible and respectful and a country that remains quite safe. I think there is something to be said about continuing to teach morals and ethics at school through a formalized curriculum and at home. We are often quite reactive in the US. We don't intervene until there is a problem. Behavior, for example, is a reactive area. We have ...
... a look that says "you can't afford to shop here". When we did find the "food court" it was too hot and crowded to bother staying, so we got a quick bite for Angela and Isabelle, while Charlotte had a small crepe, and we got out of there as soon as we could.
Back on the streetcar to the hotel, and trusty 7/11 sandwiches and bento boxes for dinner. I think we're all going to sleep well tonight, and I just hope I can walk in the morning. ...
... outside restaurants! There are lots of signs saying don't feed them but these are ignored, you even see parents letting their kids stroke them, which I'm quite astounded at.
The island is famous for the O-Torii gate, which is an amazing shrine in the sea, standing 16.6 meters high. It looks fantastic set against the scenery and it very photogenic. We think people must have sailed under it to reach the shrine.
... we decide to do the short hike to the summit. Only a km so shouldn't be bad. Start walking down a steep path for .3 km. Maya's whining starts early. We get some shade on the path so not too bad. At the .3 km mark, the hill starts to ascend. Steeply. Still, only .7 km to the summit. Atsui. Slowly and whinily we climb. We see some ladies with not so sensible shoes coming down. Also obahsans. Now we have to do it! Slowly ...
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