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... I guess you could say. A lot of older men got drunk and one fell on Talia and grabbed her hair, Talia got really scared but dealt with the problem well by chopping his arm to make him let go. But Talia and I left the Fire Festival early with the school group and while we were at home playing games and having fun with the school group mum and dad stayed to watch the fire festival. When they got back we all went to bed. Overall it was the best day in ...
... No Yoda Yasuragi with tatami flooring and futon bedding. Owners do their best to speak English. They are very hospitable.
Point to note- found out on our first evening that you need to book in breakfast or dinner the day before in most restaurants. Ended up finding a bar and grabbing Jesse and Talia a pizza while Kylie and I tried dumplings from the front of a shop. They were ...
Of course on the one day we needed to get up early for our skiing day we couldn't wake up....grrr jetlag!!
We headed over to Tokyo station to catch the bullet train, Tokyo station is one of the biggest in the world and of course we got lost and couldn't understand the signs in Japanese or the ticket machines!! Once we figured out what we needed to buy and where we had to be...after walking about 2 miles underground, we made it to the ...
Caught train from Tokyo to Nagano station. Took 1 hour and a half. Then took local train to togironozawa onsen which took at hour. As we go deeper into the mountains the snow gets thicker and excitement grows. The magic of snow is reflected in some school kids eyes who are I am guessing on a school camp. Although I can not understand what they are saying their smiles, laughter and eager stares out the window show that the snow is exciting not ...
... always remain in my heart. Some memories are distant and some have faded, yet when I cast my mind back to that time its as clear as the rising sun. To see the next entry please follow the link to my brand new site: http://www.memoirsofjapan.com ...
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