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... flowed freely. The speech seemed to go down alright with even the Japanese getting some of my attempts at watered down Aussie humour. After the reception it is traditional for the bride and groom and friends to head off to an after party at an Inzakara (like an Aussie pub). The relatives and parents usually meet up somewhere else for a more mundane after party. We managed to fit more food in including raw horse and washed it down with plenty ...
... the time, we joined in the line and were directed by the Japanese "people movers" onto escalators and through the mall. People movers we found throughout crowded areas in Japan. they wear uniforms with white gloves and often use megaphones to direct people in a very efficient manner!
We took our first Shinkansen - bullet train to Okayama where the boys (and us) were very excited to visit with our friend Midori and her ...
... 330 yen, about £2.50, all drinks and all dishes. This was music to our tiny little ears!! And the food was really good, we liked it so much we went back the next night! The next day we headed to Nara, about 45 mins by train out of Osaka. With beautiful parks full of deer and the odd temple scattered about it was a welcome day out of mad Osaka. The old town was really quaint, with pretty little boutique shops and we found an ...
... shut down. The power in the country is on two grids, east and west. The west has the greatest number of reactors and are expecting a warmer than normal summer with rolling black outs if the reactors are not turned on. In the next couple of days it is expected that two of the reactors will resume operation. The survey said that 49% of the population approves of returning to nuclear power. 3. 24% of the population of Japan is now over the age of ...
... br> and blessings of various deities and gods.
They ask for and receive blessings of priests and holy men. Perhaps we should seek to celebrate that
which we have in common and bless that which we don’t understand or agree. I don’t know.
Just a thought.
At 5:30 this morning, I heard strange noises outside
of the open window next to my bed. There
would be a few minutes of a strange ...