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... them the win in this game. During the entire game supporters of both sides were singing and jumping. It was a great sight. As the game ended it was past nine and since i was still recovering from yesterdays birthday party i went back to the hostel to find my Australian drinking buddys there. They also took it easy today because of the drinking yesterday. They told me they were leaving tomorrow for another hostel so after one more drink i said goodbye to them and went to ...
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We will be updating more frequently now so keep posted.
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... and there were no photos or plastic food to point to. We had to ask the waitress there, who turned out to be Chinese. She spoke to me in Mandarin, which was totally useless as well as I can't understand any at all except to say "thank you". Anyway, we managed to order Joseph's 3 gyozas with rice for 180 yen (about AUD$2.00) and my 6 gyozas for 280 yen (about $3.00). I don't know why, but she gave me rice as well.
We walked back to the hotel to try to find Yodobashi again. ...
... You don't really get too close, and the landscape conceals most of it. But it was something to see none the less. The beautiful grounds provide the Imperial family some privacy.
At the end of this busy day is when we returned to Yokohama harbor for that wonderful send off. This was really a great way to complete our Asian tour.
Next stop ... 7 days at sea and then ...
... up with others. Her family still makes ninja stars, and she has a dojo where she trains others. The people she trains generally go into movies - she had 2 students in The Last Samurai. While we were driving through the Ginza district she told us about the geisha. She told us the history of it, and how the youngest Geisha in Tokyo is in her 60s - apparently no one wants to be a Geisha anymore. I really liked that she didn't try to sugar coat the situation, but rather told everything as ...