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... me to understand a lot about how they are so polite, the bowing, the respect they have for everyone and most importantly their honor.
Literally every Japanese person we spoke to was happy to help, serve us, or interact in some way, and nothing was too much trouble.
Also, having Hiroko and Ikumi show us around and answer all of the questions helped in our understanding of their way of life.
What was the best part?
Certainly the basketball was fun, as was mastering ...
– from headphones and movies to Choc Ripple biscuits and MnM’s courtesy of Dad!
These have kept us entertained and full so far! Just need to make sure we don’t
still have any of the food when we arrive in London tomorrow – but we have
having a pretty good go at it already. We had lunch provided on the plane that
was surprisingly nice. Real chicken (or at least something that was a very ...
... service could help, we took 20 minutes to refuel. After clarifying we were not French, the gas station supervisor was intrigued by our accents, exclaiming we sounded so different to someone he knew from Birmingham. We reached Melbourne still on a full tank and handed in the car before arriving back at United backpackers. For dinner I had a hot chicken, which I skinned, sprouts and salad next to the ...
... served earlier came and spoke to me, he was interested as I had told him I was Scottish and used to work in rugby, his friends were keen to meet me as they also were rugby fans. We chatted away about rugby for a while, which I enjoyed, then they started telling me how their bank had a private box in Hong King for the upcoming 7's series and they were going, all expenses paid, and they got to do this because they had made so many deals with Hong Kong banks over the years...then I ...
... rides we had arrived here with 30-40 motorcycle and where immediately requested by the local police to leave town. Not smart as we all just wanted to buy lunch and drinks, so the town’s shops missed out.
My local paper (The Dandenong News) took up the story as one of their advertising men had become a client and was with us that day. The headline was "The Cop who watched too many movies" I still have the newspaper cutting- very amusing.