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... br> event. After docking in Nagasaki, we did an on foot tour, saw the
Atomic Bomb sites and the Peace Park as well as many other nice
areas. The harbor is right in the city center and the trolly service
was great. Tom and I always do much better touring on our own, and
we really enjoy just getting a map and heading off to find things.
I am have
joined the choir we are a mixed group and are having a great time
singing every afternoon we are ...
... Courage. We had met him on the previous trip and also caught up with him in Manly when he was in Australia for his English lessons. Terrific guy and he brought his wife along as well which was nice. After two quick drinks we said our good byes and went to meet Ichi for the Nomikai he had organised. The place he took us to was simply amazing! The tables are surrounded by water filled with different types of fish, you can catch your own ...
... commuters, my Darling, who has an extremely good sense of direction was even a little off his game in this situation. We must have looked a little (or a lot !!) bewildered because a very nice Japanese (of course he was Japanese - we are in Japan !!) asked us "where you want to go?" he studied the map with us and pointed out a couple of landmarks and was generally very helpful. So now we only had to negotiate our way out of the station. Even tho there were so many people and ...
... that produces its own sourdough bread. While they aren’t really a farm, they do have
a large garden and I have always wanted to know more about baking bread. I’m not sure exactly how long I’ll be there
but Rob arrives in Taiwan around the 1st of July in preparation for
his friend’s wedding so I will probably meet him around then in Tainan.
This whole five week trip came together in less ...
First day in Kobe was a hectic one from the beginning. We had to check out from the hotel first thing in the morning (because we booked a cheaper place for the rest of the stay in Kobe) and then run to the conference venue. Our first hotel provided a free breakfast, so we took a full advantage of that, stuffing ourselves with omelet, cutlets, sausages, miso soup ...