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... am looking at my options but everything is closed up with stickers so I can't quite look inside. I grab one that looks pretty decent and kinda make a cone, to look inside a bit when, next to me, from the toilet there comes another, rather cute girl. I give a smile, I get a giggle back and I am slightly embarrassed, she walks over to her boyfriend. I walk over to the teller when, lo and behold, yet another cute girl enters the shop, looks at the magazines, ...
After lunch we change onto a slightly different tour, we have lost the women from Arkansas, but we still have the same guide. We visit the Heian Jingu Shrine, a huge, bright vermillion, Shinto shrine with a large gateway. It is modelled on the Imperial Palace in Kyoto where we were before lunch and you could see that the layout of the main courtyard was identical. You can tell Shinto shrines from Buddhist shrines by the presence of the large gates that mark ...
... always remain in my heart. Some memories are distant and some have faded, yet when I cast my mind back to that time its as clear as the rising sun. To see the next entry please follow the link to my brand new site: http://www.memoirsofjapan.com ...
... animated. One sign was her speech slipping back into the central Niigata dialect. We ate and got back to our duties. All the while, granddad was left lying in his futon. Intermission (now time to get your popcorn and drinks) If you wish to get detailed descriptions and explanations of funerals in Japan, look up in Wikipedia or hire a fantastic DVD, "Ososhiki" (The Funeral) directed by Juzo ITAMI (surname in capitals). So I will not ...
... the rice fields around their house. Kurio's parents are rice farmers and have been all their life. It was great to see into that lifestyle and get to learn about how things were, and how they are now. We then headed to Kurio's house to meet his family. On our way back to Phil's place we stopped at his Fujio's house to pick up our passports with the Laos visa inside. Just in time too, because we leave the country ...
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