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... idea what we were doing. We had udons, mushrooms and tofu sitting out on the counter and he asked us “all this?... together?”. We quickly realized that he was not impressed by our “thrown together” meal. This was where we had our third encounter with the kindness of strangers. He looked at our food, thought for a minute, told us to hold on as he went and grabbed some soy sauce and then came back to make us ...
... that our ancestors did the labour than that they roped in the local geriatrics and set them going with the promise of a cup of tea and perhaps a biscuit if they carried an extra rock, but who knows? Last night the room was busy late, tonight everyone seemed to have checked out in favour of people who were out till after I'd fallen asleep and gone before I woke up. Cheers, whoever you were. Reading: Philip K Dick, A Scanner, ...
... Visiting the temple involves cleansing yourself in, and drinking from, the water fountain outside and then wafting incense over yourself before entering the building. You then clatter your money offering and clap to get the gods' attention before praying. It was very pretty, but so crowded that I didn't feel like I could properly appreciate the spiritual-ness of it all. Hopefully I'll get to another, quieter, temple before I leave ...
... last night there and sprinted through those doors immediately for a frosty and fries. Our first meal was green tea soaked rice balls, sashimi, miso soup, and a salmon rice ball. It was delicious and really calmed my raw fish fear. We stayed in our area that night and ended up at some random hub with balloons, house music, a man from Poland with no teeth dancing, and friendly DJs looking for the foreign girls to get the dance room dancing. We had a low key night taking in the new ...
... yukata since I had never worn one before so that was interesting. And the lockers in the changing room, sensei was able to fit her suitcase in it but I wasn’t so they held it behind the front desk for the night. I was given a tab with a number on it that I would have to show to them in the morning to get it back. Also the yukatas didn’t have any pockets in them so I had to leave everything in my locker. Only thing I brought with me was my camera. ...
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