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... and she gave me her business card so that we could potentially skype and learn each other’s languages. Business card #2 of the trip!
I returned to that Starbucks on steroids and met up with Kaori and Kanna, two local women who studied at my alma mater as part of an exchange. My good friend Nichole had introduced us online. Kaori, Kanna and I agreed that it was hot out and we got ice cream. As I enjoyed some mango sorbet, we all chatted about our majors ...
... It was quite good and they seemed to be really enthusiastic.
Tried one of the restaurants for dinner and decided that we were not missing anything by having a set dinner time, what we did miss was good wait service, where was Apollo when you needed him??
So here we go now on our 8 day adventure across the Pacific Ocean.
So over the next 8 days we played/learnt….
(Backdated, because it's actually the 5th of September, and though the temperature has finally dipped to the mid-twenties, as opposed to the mid-thirties where it was these past weeks, I needed something to cool myself down.)
I offer this year's snowfall as anecdotal evidence of climate change, and of shifting weather patterns.
This was my seventh winter in Tokyo. Up until now, it's snowed exactly twice a year; one ...
... and all) but because I kept thinking "I'm watching a Japanese anime... In Japan... Without subtitles... A current one...", that kind of feeling :) They were all going to the pool but I didn't feel like it and would rather meet my friends. At about 16:00 they are going to go out and do some stuff and I'll go with them then. They told me I could come home anytime I wanted and we'd all go but it feels a little rude if they have to wait for me so I'll try to be back about ...
... brush hanging on the wall were then used to scrub the pot. Then, 3 garbage bags taken from the refrigerator...all filled with bloody parts were dumped into the pot. My stomach was definitely feeling a little queasy now. Then the guy went to another cooler, reached in and pulled out a pig head and tossed it into the pot. At that point, I decided I was done with my lunch.
Took the night easy and had some shrimp tempura and sake. Went to bed early to get up for the Fish Market the next ...