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... to set and it was felt quite magical to walk through the park, enjoying the smell of the blossoms and the sight of so many other people aimlessly wandering like ourselves. At the far end of the park was a night market and we settled down to an early evening snack of okonomiyaki and beer. The cherry blossom season is also known as hanami in Japan and is usually accompanied by night long parties in the parks where people arrive with their friends and colleagues and camp out ...
... inside another dessert, we hadn’t eaten any dinner so we got the train back over to Asakusa and went to try something a little bit different for dinner. One of the most popular meals in Japan is called okonomiyaki and is basically a mix of cabbage, onions, prawns or meat that is mixed into an eggy pancake batter and then cooked on a griddle pan and covered with a sweet BBQ sauce, mayonnaise and benito flakes. When you go into an okonomiyaki ...
... on it. I probably shouldn't have done that. Not my proudest parenting moment, but it was definitely an experience for her.
To be honest it scared the hell out of her. We had front row seats, and after they strapped us in, and the elevator rapidly began to descent, all that could be heard was "AAARRRGGGHHH!!! MAKE IT STOP!!!!". Charlotte loved the ride. I enjoyed the ride. Angela hated the ride. I don't think she was happy with me afterwards, ...
... br> First you wash yourself. A little stool, a bowl, some cleansing agents and a mirror to watch yourself sitting in the least charming position you have ever been in but who cares? Everyone is doing it :).
There were 40 degree baths, 41 degree baths, silk baths, cold baths, outside baths and it was just me and my mini towel, which most men there drape on their head or tie around their head and some hold it in front of their privates. I just held it. ...
... It actually tasted not bad, if you could get past the fact that you were eating a horse. It was an early night for us, we went to sleep at 10pm Tokyo time, or 6am Edmonton time.
April 11th, 2013
We both woke up at 230am, stupid jetlag. Luckily we both managed to fall back asleep until 630am, ready to start our day. Yep, even me. Steve was blown away by the hospitality of Aya’s family. He knew it would be ...
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