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... None the less, just to be able to say we have eaten at a Japanese MacDonalds, we did take the students there on our second last night in Japan. Funny enough it was one of our most expensive meals while here. We have eaten incredibly cheaply with our best deal being an obentoo box for 500 Yen - about $5. This included crumbed pork, chicken or seafood, lettuce salad, noodle salad, egg, pickled vegetables, rice and miso soup. Bargain!!
... over the headrest.
13) Everyone dresses much better than we do in America. Women wear their Sunday best every day. While very trendy and immaculately put-together, the women dress more modest with knee-length dresses and rarely cleavage.
14) Eating while standing or walking is considered disrespectful. So, you wouldn’t eat breakfast on the way to work or on the train.
... once if using the same credit card would suffice and secondly, why no hand held gizmo on the drinks cart? Swipe, sign here, have a nice day see ya later. Surely there's an app for that? Arrived safe and sound in Kuala Lumpur. Air Asia have their own terminal in KL separate from the main bigger one called LCCT which stands for Low Cost Carrier Terminal. Certainly lives up to its name! Reminds me of Coolangatta Airport ...
... was happening, we were told in no uncertain terms that the park shut nearly 2 hours ago, at 5pm, and there was no light parade. The friendly concierge must have thought we'd lost our minds when we claimed that we had just watched the light parade only minutes ago. Apparently we didn't.
Back over to Universal City we looked at a few places as we walked through, but cold, and tired we didn't search for long. There was a giant ...
... there soon, as I did. Then we went back to school with a few hours to spare before another HIAT candidate was coming to be interviewed for her possible trip to Tawa College to be a teacher. We filled the time with board and card games. We then went to the principal's office to interview the new TIAT, this one was a girl named Ai. She was quite confident with English and has visited New Zealand twice so I think she will ...