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... out some of the exhibits on the way!
He had experienced the Kobe earthquake firsthand, and it was humbling to hear him talk about what people went through in the aftermath in such a matter-of-fact, almost upbeat manner.
This is a prime example of the practicality of the Japanese that we've encountered so far – they've experienced some horrendous atrocities, both from nature and man-made, and are ...
... she led us to another table, and then vanished. I'm assuming she went to lie down to recover from the stress we just put her through.
Looking through the menu at the $25 burgers and $45 steaks, I suddenly began to lose my appetite out of spite.
When a 3rd, more helpful waitress came along we ordered kids meals, and just a nachos for Veronica and myself to share.
The meals came out fairly quickly, since not many other ...
... to carry the laptop on tours.
focus of this trip was for Tom to try to find the places he had been
stationed while he was in the Navy during the Vietnam war, and for
him to visit historical sites of WWII. This is not an easy task to
coordinate since many of the bases are closed to visits because of
security concerns and budget cuts. I had tried to get information on
Guam, both for the Navy and for the Air Force Base ...
... There was a sushi bar just around the corner which we went to for breakfast. A dream come true.
After figuring out the slightly intimidating metro system, we headed into the bright lights of Osaka city. It's a lively, fun town and the nightlife is buzzing. We found a friendly little bar where we sampled
takoyaki. These are hot little batter balls encasing a bit of octopus and pickled ginger, served smothered in BBQ ...
... onto the even more confusing subway system. I had been told to get off at Hobbachi and take exit 12 .... some of their subway stations are large but probably no more so than some of ours, think Bank connected to Monument etc. Once out I was on a grid system of roads with very few people about, and those that were, were avoiding my look. It seems that to not catch your eye is OK, and not impolite, but if they catch your eye then it is impolite not to help you should you need it. They ...