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... is taken off in more private settings.
We feel privileged to have experience the other side.
After a long nap in an effort to overcome jet-lag, we decided to have a buffet dinner at the hotel. The meal was very expensive by San Diego standards and only so-so.
Tomorrow Daniel and Miki will meet with us and we will start to see Tokyo. Until tomorrow.
Monday December 15th 2014 Today was the day we were going to move all our worldly possessions into storage. It all seemed like it was going to be a breeze. Pick up van, fill van with stuff, drive van to unit, unload van, take van back - Job done. Woke up to a perfect blue sky day and went to collect the van. I sat there signing all the documents without reading any of them (I'd be liable if the windscreen broke, any punctures, if the lady broke a nail while showing me where ...
... constant churn of never-ending projects and milestones and stern, imperious figures who mandate my next deliverable, review, or promotion.
Likewise, I play the part perfectly - of an exhausted office worker who comes home to an evening of take-out food, tune-out entertainment, and the blurry-eyed surrender of sleep. What a grind, I think to myself each night. But tomorrow will be a better day.
Traveling is one way I know of - a proven one - that gives you no choice ...
... as well as on the pretty smaller pedestrian streets. Our favorite store was Shisheido where we tested products and put make-up on. We also saw their showroom of old advertising. It was beautiful. We then went to Mikimoto pearls (no luck this time), to Abercrombie (over an hour queuing to pay) and Svarovski, where the “shinny things” delighted Elena and Ariana.
From there, we ...
... need a family supplementary card....only one bank provided these...Citibank. One problem....Citibank expects family members to have the same family name....I, of course, have kept my name! So we had to go back to the town hall to get a special certificate to verify that we are married even though we have different surnames! Opening the account was surreal...the woman kept saying to Kevin...put 'her' details here, this is for 'her' card....despite the fact I was sitting ...