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... was truly insane, and this couldn’t carry on.
Obesity and smoking are killers, but research has shown that isolation can be as bad for you as fifteen cigarettes a day. If this was true I was on at least two packs of unfiltered par jour. And, like that poor plant, I didn’t know how much longer I could survive.
So I rang my parents, and made an action plan. It was a last ditch effort of leave Japan. I knew what I had to do.
... around ￡2.30. The one we went to in Shibuya had a nifty touchscreen for your orders and an uninterested girl on the street was handing out discount flyers.
We also had Teppenyaki - the Japanese cooking style on a wide hot griddle - that was pretty upmarket but being a Sunday there was a money offer to be had. Again, keep an eye out for offers.
The baffling menus don't have to be a problem if you look out for ones ...
Ever have one of those days where everything seems to go wrong? Wake up late, forgot your laundry in the washing machine, someone drank the last of the milk on you, etc. etc. etc. Well, I'm sure we've all had times like that, and today I had just such a day.
In the past, I used to get really frustrated and upset. I'd curse my existence, wonder why no one had as many problems as I did, and what I'd done ...
... two of my new friends (Chica and Tamami) invited me to join them!
Well, the pictures can tell the rest of that tale. They can also tell you how beautiful and amazing it is to see the Sakura. But, they might not be able to tell you my latest lesson. It is a Japanese idea called "mono no aware". It is hard to translate into English, but it means understanding the concept of "beauty" not through the ...
... have thanks to you, take care!"
And, that was that.
Is this a normal everyday occurrence? Can anyone relate to this? It was crazy! I still can't believe that happened to me. What a weird guy, but at the same time, what a cool guy!
Once again, I am given pearls of wisdom from the most unlikeliest of places. I've always felt a strong connection to nature, and if you look at any of my ...