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... The night finished up at about 4am and we were at tipping stage, well past full looking forward to a sleep in the next day. The following day we spent some time with Coxy and Moeko exploring Kobe. That night we enjoyed a nice laid back dinner with the Cox and Geddes Clan as they were all heading back to Australia the next day. We tucked into bed ready to head south for a few days to dry out, we planned on seeing Coxy again later in the week in ...
Tuesday, July 9th: Today me and Victor went to school with Thomas and his brother. We got to be students for a day. I enjoyed it. The lesson was mainly in Japanese, but with body language to aid and a few English words as well. It was beginner-level so I already knew most of it but I really enjoyed it. After school we went into town to eat dinner. I ordered okonomiyaki for the first time in Japan. It is a kind ...
... later) after waiting for 3.5 hours in the domestic part of Melbourne air port we then move through into the international part of the airport. This takes around 30-45 minutes. Who would have thought. But this does include getting security checked and other stuff like immigration. At 4:45 we then bored our plane that takes us through to Singapore. When we arrive at Singapore airport we are suddenly hit with a blast of humid air. It was amazing. Singapore airport ...
Stefania and I made an appointment to get gel nails done this morning. They are around $150 to start in Canada but are waaaay way cheaper here in Japan. If you want jewel stones on your fingers they charge $5 a jewel in canada but they only charge you once for all 10 fingers here. I paid around $40 canadian to get them done here. They last for a whole month so I'm very happy with my purchase. We got to the nail salon and they have little baskets under your chairs to ...
... by a crash, and then voices
of men. I threw open the drapes and was
immediately face to face with a Japanese man, standing on a ladder with a small
saw in his hands. We were both shocked
and surprised at the encounter. He was a tree trimmer standing on an extension
ladder, sawing branches from a tree. He
would saw off the branch, let it crash and the ground crew below would throw
the branch on to a ...