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... time it snowed during our trip so we were really happy about it. It started out as light then later turned into a flurry, my friend even called it a blizzard. We walked to the market from Hotel Resol Trinity where we were able to have a free taste of king crab and it was sumptuous. We then went inside the market where we had a free taste of dried ready-to-eat squid flakes. We bought that and some dried salmon too. Further inside we saw a big dried squid ...
... raw viscera are mixed with about 10%25 salt, 30%25 malted rice, packed in a closed container, and fermented for up to a month.'
I know, nice right? So my teacher said the best way is to try it with some sake. So always willing to try things I gave it a shot. Literally. 5 shots later and it was still gross. By now el vino is flowing. Beer, sake, umeshu (plum alcohol) and shochu (vodka type drink).
As the night went on both teachers were ...
... Toshi worked for us in 1978 when I was with Johnson Wax so I never worked with him. He is one year older than me. We had a nice time and they escorted me back to the hotel. Toshi's daughter, Miyukii, picked him up so I also got to meet her. Satoki and I headed up to Jenn and Kara's room for the Grand Champion Yahtzee Tournament. Both Kara and Jenn both got a Yahtzee but the Grand Champion was me! They call me the bonus man back home and it paid off this game. I went to bed a ...
... off tuna sushi, a piece of fish and curry rice.
Sunday morning we Skyped in with Chris' family in Connecticut for their Christmas party. Unfortunately, that meant we missed church but we were happy to be able to talk to everyone. Once we were finished talking with them Chris did some work and we stayed at the apartment until it was time to go out. Instead of end of the year Christmas parties, Japanese businesses and companies have things called forget ...
... an Aussie teaching English and living in Japan.
I liked his vibe, we talked for a few minutes and made plans to connect later. He told me we would walk around and see a bit of this city, have dinner together. I got back, chilled for a couple hours then headed out to meet Andrew. He was a cool cat, a disciple of transcendental meditation, a lover and appreciator of all things. I had noticed that sushi places were very
expensive, he took me to a local place that ...