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... of shops all together. I was expecting far more crazy. Thanks to my new Japanese friend, she helped me avoid renting out a $200 modem for data traffic (and people say Canadian telcos are not competitive...) and with some pointing at a map here and there I found my way on the subway towards Tokyo on my own once again. The lady at the counter was kind enough to give me a map of the metro system of Tokyo but holy hell! Never have I ...
... every once in awhile it would try and walk around but the mother would not let it get far before scooping it up. After this we went to a food market and looked at all the different styles of preparing food they had. They like to pickle vegetables. They pickle pretty much every vegetable there is. They had octopus on a stick, jerky style fish and other forms of seafood, and deserts made with beans.
The next morning we woke up and took a train to Hiroshima. It ...
... to cry, he made it through, just. The father of the groom made a small speech and then we clapped and whooped the new Mr and Mrs Hasabe back down the isle. The newlyweds then individually said goodbye to everyone and each had their photos taken with them while thanking them for coming with a gift.
Mariko and I took a quick exit back to the Kimono shop and got de-kimonoed and into our dresses ready for the night do. Although it was a bit sad to ...
... fact that the pens with which he had to present us had a huge fake rose on the end of each one.
I had a male friend visiting, Andy Parker, and had dragged him along to the embarrassing affair. I couldn't wait to see how he handed the flower over.
After collecting the cards Runty attempted to butter us up, with a few questions about our sweet selves, and a whiff of many flavoured herbal teas. His attempt at flirting was nauseating, or maybe ...
... of things don't. Even the museums usually have only a couple signs translated. I am already getting used to seeing a really neat building and having no idea what it is. Or looking at a work of art and not knowing what it's called. And really just hoping that I'm not doing something horrible because I didn't understand the posting.
But people here are truly kind and helpful. Before my first subway ride I ...
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