The Busena Terrace
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... more exiting, I knew, I had to be ready the following morning to pick up a very VIP at the airport. Of course, everybody who follows my blog knows this person, my wife Elisabeth, who was going to fly in from Australia!
Well, everything went well, I am together with Elisabeth again, we meet many old friend again and visited places to revive ...
... white lilies for free ^^ so sweet of her ~! Next, it was my turn to go search for a nail salon to do some mani and pedicure just in case the photographer decided to do some close up shot or sth and I don't wanna be caught with some fugly nails haha! After much walking around Kokusai area, the only nail salon we could find was one at CARGOES shopping centre (right beside Makishi station). Unfortunately, their schedule was full for the ...
... like "si-AH!" (Meaning die-AH in hokkien) haha! After the parade, we roamed around the market streets in Kokusai.. Bought freshly sliced bonito flakes! Bought some local products, and even visited the wet market and ate sashimi and more bittergourd (Goya) on the second floor of the wet market. We went to a small restaurant with small tatami eating rooms near our hotel for dinner. We had mostly bbq meat on sticks, and the toro tuna sashimi was superb la!! We actually order two servings of ...
... luggages (all the photoshoot stuff!) all the way to the monorail station located just beside the domestic flight terminal.. And the luggage was so heavy, and my nails so dry I actually tore my nail bed skin and it was bleeding so much and I didn't notice it till I was at the monorail station! -.-" The monorail was quite small (like Punggol's) and it was SO crowded! We had a hard time squeezing past the crowd and out the train's exit when ...
Kodai: Little boy of around 4 years of age that warned us of an impending typhoon, threatening to dismantle our flights home.
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to ...