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Travel Blogs from Kamogawa
... the beach close Yokosuka City. Without an insider, you will hardly find that place. Bar is Chilly and Cosy, people are totally relaxed. You can swim, surf and just enjoy life. DJ's are response for the music atmosphere. Ah forgot, with a bit of luck you can meet Godzilla. Guess that's his retirement location, we didn't med him personal, but found his footprint. (pic. Food print of ...
... in the plastic wrappings bin. Remove the lid AND the little ring it was attached to, place those in plastic. Then the bottle itself goes into the PETE plastic bin.
The first few days, we had know idea where things would go. Daniel would finish a snack and bring me the bag it was in. "Where does this go mommy?" "Umm, it's not really plastic. It's not really foil (which goes someplace else)...just ...
... Love you. Sorry." Joe has never been there and if you read my previous story about what they train system is like...well, Joe would be using his good sense to get himself and his drunk friend back. Later I got a text that they were in a taxi, then he came home around 3:30am. He's definitely past "those days" since college.
Another thing that reminds of what dorm life must be like is laundry. Always having to have ...
... were here. The guy we bought it from is basically the base car pimp. He dropped it off here at the Lodge until we were ready to drive. It is so frustrating, driving. We drive on the left side of the road, we sit on the right side of the car. It is like taking the driver's panel, steering wheel, everything from the left side and flipping it over to the right side. I now know what a left handed person feels like living in a right handed society. I ...
... the end of the last leg we finally reached the top of the hill where the Anegasaki shrine was located. We edged the portable shrine through the big red gate, before everyone's enthusiasm was reignited and the finale of bobbing and cheering began. It was electric. All three areas of the town were gathered and the three portable shrines were inciting cheers from all around. It was dark but the lanterns gave the whole place a glow.
Afterwards I met up ...
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