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... It just very hard to understand if you do not speak and understand Japanese.... well , maybe its just me...... It Seems to me that the Japanese just have no interest to be understood and will further Isolate them if they are not Changing their Education system to adopt a second world language for coming Generations. The do make it up by being very very Friendly and courteous and trying hard to accommodate everybody..... but very few even speak a few words of a foreign ...
I wanted the rent a car since my Bicyle I had left in Florida to lighten the Load in my SX for the long overwater Legs to Alaska where my my Bike is of no use anyway. Having an International Driving License is not good enough in Japan since those newer License are based on the 1968 Convention but Japan ...
... with actual Performance date from my last several Flights but they simply do not understand the difference between LOP & ROP operations and what is does to the Performance of an Aircraft neither understand they the concept of higher Altitude Performance gains on a high Compression Piston Engine nor the difference with ISA + or - in the Flight Levels. It is kind of ...
The active Volcano in Kagoshima is really affecting the Weather in this Area a lot with all the ashes in the Atmosphere it has lots of Rainy Day's especially in the current wet Season. Since I arrived here a couple Day's ago it rained most the Time. Went to Pablo's Hangar to see if my SX still exist , and it was still in the same Corner in Hangar waiting to be exercised. I checked everything and no Discrepancies found ... took it outside Washed it and was ready for a short Local ...
After visiting Erika's relatives we crossed Kinko Bay by ferry and stayed in a traditional Ryokan in Ibusuki. For the uninitiated what this entails is sleeping on the floor and taking off your shoes before you enter the room. In this particular establishment there were only 2 showers down in the Onsen (Japanese baths). Each room had a toilet (I think) but none of the rooms had their own tub or shower. This is how traditional Japanese hotels have always operated. As it turned ...