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... wear ones, though unlike Tokyo I managed not to 'explore' an entirely female floor, which had left me looking like some kind of Western lunatic. The basement, just like a mall I'd browsed in Asakusa, is full of food stalls selling weird, wonderful and fabulous smelling foodstuffs. It's a sight to see all of its own. In the afternoon, with most museums shut, I took the subway down to the port. Or it took me, potato potato. Cricket seems to be big here, ...
... market but with fixed shops. I wandered, discovering as I browsed the running shoe bargains that I am outsize here-I think he even used that word, though it was in isolation rather than a sentence so I may have misheard. Certainly they only have up to uk size 9, though, so I'll need a better stocked shop to replace my now ageing fast Sauconys. I ran later, in the dark-the sun falls below the horizon as if someone has cut its strings, on a nice day it can be ...
... coloured wood like Pine. Now the castle was next, at the top or observation deck a 360 degree gave glimpses of the city. As we made our way down each floor, more and more history was told with stories, drawings, paintings and actual artifacts. It was one of the highlights of my trip so far. Wanting to get out of the warm sun, a labyrinth of twists and turns through the various shops, brought us to a place to enjoy some ...
... time you want to use the room for, paying in 15 minute segments. We chose an hour. You are than given a private room number, which in our case would have seated 8 comfortably. There was thousands of songs to choose from, Japanese, Chinese, and English. I decided on Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash. Lets just say, no record labels will be trying to sign me anytime. Yuki and I took turns singing songs. She was by far the more talented one. Just like that the hour was over. Both ...
Today, we spent the day with Eugene's parents. His dad, Yasuo, didn't seem to mind me calling him "Papa." We met for buffet breakfast at the hotel and then went to the house to do laundry. We were lucky to have two chances to do laundry this trip! That was good since we didn't want to embarrass ourselves by wearing stinking clothes! :) After starting a load and watching videos of my Mom and Dad's 50th Anniversary party and our wedding, we went shopping. Papa and Barbara bought shoes, I ...
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