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It worked out that a 3 hour time difference meant I woke up my first morning in Chiba at 4am (my body thought it was 7am. especially since the sky got light at about 4.30).This waking up early gives me time to write this blog before my host Emma gets up at 7am and I can start making noise. No jet lag at all, but I did take 4 or 5 homeopathic no jetlag tablets from Kathmandu during the flight. It is great staying with someone who speaks English and is open, helpful ...
Arrived back in Auckland to be set up again by Bernadette.
She bought a jar of honey from the Hairy Hobbit that left NZ and was OK, got in
& out of Rotatongo OK but failed miserably to get back to into New
Zealand. Fortunately I declared it but
as it was not commercially sealed it was confiscated.
Took a flying 2hrs bus trip around Auckland as we hadn’t
seen much of it so far. Good to see and glad we did it. (Yes will be back and
... Indonesia although the position ended up being cancelled. People also mentioned that the developer of OSRM was at the conference, so I will have to show him the moto trip route I’ve planned using it and get a photo!
All in all a fantastic day, so glad to be here. Whilst I was watching speakers I made a map of the 10 urban poor communities for which we’ve uploaded ...
... Square, the North Tower observatory,
This will be my last post from Japan. I will finish this when I get back (although, hopefully, there will be nothing eventful to report). I would like to say to everyone thanks for reading our travelblog and thanks for all the comments. A huge thanks to Karen. Without her, there would be no trip to Japan. She has been ...
... delivered to the table. Then, a sesame sauce, soy sauce, and eggs were delivered. To eat Subiyaki, we scrambled and egg in one of our bowls, placed a bunch of veggies, meat, and sauce in one side of the hot pot at the table, then, when they were cooked, pulled them out, dipped them into the raw egg, and ate. It was pretty tasty, and definitely not something that is easy to find in the states. ...