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... pointing the way to the south and north wicket. A big port, big ships, big container area, and all quite festive. Sea train land had a Ferris wheel-another one for me to eschew-as well as zombie panic and other rides. I pondered the wisdom and freshness of the 'global seafood restaurant', wondered why McDonalds was hidden behind the aquarium and looked at the pictures in the maritime museum. I watched a video, too, which combined with the large map ...
Shinkansen! I'd met a Japanese traveller/staff member (hi Takumi!!) late on last night, and we'd compared notes. He'd been to the UK this year, London and Liverpool, and European mainland, but also travelled though Japan, giving me some useful info along with leaflets on Hiroshima. When I'd mentioned my train ride and potential destinations we'd got bogged down in fares, and the pity of not having a JR rail pass for a while before he turned and gave me a grin, ...
... 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 ...
I've never been to a Puritan church service. If I had to take a guess, though, I would assume that it is very much like an airplane ride from Detroit to Nagoya Airport in Japan. You sit still for 13 hours in a modernly unnatural posture next to someone who is unreasonably excited to be there and bide your time by listening to things that you only passively care about and by desperately trying to find words of substance within the random instruction and ...
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