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... is pretty much unknown to me. Driving back home (another two hours) was a challenge again. Not only was it now my first night time drive in Japan but I was also raining and YES I had to go back the same mountainous winding road I came before, and the car is kinda light. I prayed all the way back to Tatsuno. Only GOD got me back safely no doubt and I am thankful. Well enough for now. I'm sleepy. Ja ...
... and fish for supper, however, you can pick the form
of meat and fish. Dont feel it really is dull to acquire usually the
identical for lunch and supper, for the reason that I dont want to limit
you to my choices, but need to force you to decide on healthy meals by
itself. You need to grasp the rules at the rear of the healthier food
plan and also to try out to determine by itself exactly what is
beneficial for you personally.
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The morning started with gruel - literally. Breakfast was either super thick white toast or okayu, which is Japanese rice gruel, a bit like thin porridge. Buoyed up for the day by this sustenance, we walked to the hire car office via the tourist office at Nagano Station. There they gave us several useful maps.
The car we hired was a small Mazda automatic. We set off with some maps that really didn't give the information required for driving, ...
... year, to my amusement).
As I walked up the hill, trying to avoid the runoff in the middle of the road, an elderly man called out to me. He wanted to know where I was from, of course. He spoke in slow, but very careful English. We chatted for a couple of minutes, and he told me how he and his wife had travelled all over the world (including Niagara Falls) but now that they were old, they stuck closer to home. He asked if I had come alone, and ...