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... 8217;s and it looked very English and out of place.
There were two main entrance gates, one of each side of the moat. Some of the rocks used in the castle walls were very large. One weighed 130 tonnes and that was extremely BIG. There were others of similar size and one just wonders how they moved these from far away where they were mined, and transported them the many hundreds of kilometres and then up the hill. It would have been some ...
Back in April, Jack & I went to a Hanshin Tigers Game. It happened to fall on Brittany's birthday, so we can think of it as how we celebrated her birthday in Japan. :)
The Hanshin Tigers of Osaka played the Baystars from Yokohama. We bought tickets at a convenience store ticket machine a few weeks earlier. With the help of one of their employees, and our friend Katherine who speaks Japanese, we managed to secure some ...
... light was definitely swaying. Brian looked across at the apartment block opposite and could see it was imoving. It was surreal. I was very conscious we were on the 14th floor and asked Dave if we should be heading for the ground? He said it would probably be over by the time we got down. It went on for a couple of minutes and then settled down. For the rest of the evening I thought from time to time we were swaying again but the ...
... space but it was the oddest thing come out to! I won’t go into the graphic detail of it but I’m sure you can picture my face!
I don’t think anyone with sea sickness could have done this trip – it was pretty bad for those 20 hours or so – we literally were confined to our bed, the swell was massive. But at least we didn’t get sick I even kept my pot of noodles down! Let’s hope the night passes and tomorrow is calmer!
... were covered with red, yellow, and orange trees and the fallen leaves looked so serine floating on ponds. I walked around Kyoto for about 3 hours looking at various temples and shrines before I met a guy named Mano who was sight seeing as well. He said he was from India, going to school in Singapore for his PhD and currently doing an internship in Tokyo. There were a few temples that were free to view but there was an admission fee for most of them. So picked Ryoanji Temple as ...
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