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Alone in Kyoto - part 1 As is required for any change of schools in Korea, I needed to leave the country to process this year's work visa. As a matter of good timing this coincided with the Korean 'lunar new year' celebration "Seol-nal." My new school was paying for my ticket to Osaka, Japan to take care of business. Because of the time off, I …
... out of my wallet there.
Tonight's entertainment will be Petzl dvd (from Mont-Bell of course), running a stop and go 5k, and then an elegant dinner of instant noodles with squid seasoning. Yum.
That's all today. Feeling lazy and not wanting to write much.
... the way by guidance from the ground. Her friend calls out the next holds by saying "sloper at 2:00, side crimper at 11:00", etc. Amazing. She took falls like a champ too.
Dinner was with Korean. Hot pots of various noodles, sauces, meats, and spices abound.
Enjoy the ****** pictures. Don't be afraid to do google image searches.
Started off like any other day. A long walk to Osu Kannon to see the temples and shopping. Quick bite to eat at the Mega-Kabob. Then a hop and skip train ride into Inuyama. Of course we went the wrong way out of the station and got a little lost. We took the long way through town to first get to the shrine. Talk about stairs. Amazing view from the top that pictures cannot do it justice.
Last night, I enjoyed the some East meets West culture. Dinner was a British pub. The menu was very short and very very over priced. A pint of Guiness should never cost $10. Instead, I got the mystery alcohol served on the rocks.
Japanese world series of baseball has been on. Go "Fighters"!
Took time between mystery ...