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... trying new things right?
Getting use to the train system finally so after my big workshop tomorrow (wish me luck) I will be ready to plan some site seeing adventures for the weekend.
Well I have lots of work to do tonight to prepare for tomorrow so keeping this one very short. I sure miss everyone back home!
... the Japanese or Italian on the menu card) covered in mozzarella. Dessert was
kind of like a light cheesecake with coffee. After our meal we headed up to the
viewing deck on the top of the ship where we took lots of pictures of the city
from the bay and of the sunset. We docked back in at the marina and it was
still early so we headed for the near JR station and jumped on the JP loop
track that goes through all the major stations in hopes that we would get ...
... of those speed based 'hit the button' games. That killed some more time and gave us a bit of enjoyment!
When we came out of the showroom we saw a Hooters - no ordinary Hooters - it was served out of vans. Weird. We have an unhealthy obsession with Hooters - Ash likes the boobs and bums, and I like the food! Win win.
The next day, we headed to the Sensoji Temple which is the oldest temple in Tokyo, built in 628. It is famous for its main gate where a giant ...
This morning we ate a quick breakfast and caught a taxi to the station. We caught a local train to the main station and caught our Shinkansen to Tokyo. There were 3 Shinkansens leaving for Tokyo within 10 minutes! It is amazing how many people want to go from Kyoto to Tokyo! Our trip was a 2 hours but we passed the time quickly by watching episodes of downtown abbey, my new favourite tv show. Once off the Shinkansen, ...
... changed the conversation, deciding to ignore what had happened for the remaining twenty minutes of the lesson.
When we were finished I hurriedly texted my British friend, who was married to a Japanese man.
"Find out what this word means, quickly!" I wrote.
Either my student was a freaky pervert who I should never see again, or I had just made a massive faux pas.
Turns out, the clueless gaijin strikes ...
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