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... i still can't understand how such friendly people, show very little emotion and express even less physical contact with each other.................................. .......and im crystal clear, it will never be a tradition that i follow, on my trips to Japan. God help the Tokyo Marathon Day, with live TV broadcasting it, if i get to stand on the start line.
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... Airways flight crew and small group of US Marines all visiting Tokyo. We spent some time getting to know them while enjoying a couple drinks before going to explore the true Japanese feel of going out. On our walk over Elliot had a little drip incident but nothing a napkin couldn't help. The four of us went to an Izakaya (local bar with only enough room for about 5 people). We went to one on the 2nd floor that had a bartender that spoke no English but we were ...
... we ate out at a Korean bbq place, although this place was much better than any korean bbq we had back in the states. It was very authentic and so delicious. We spent almost 3 hours there, just eating and talking. Tomorrow, I might not be able to post because we will be getting on the plane later in the evening. However, the plan for the day tomorrow is to explore the largest fish market, see the imperial palace gardens, attend a tea ceremony, and then go to a farewell ...
... how you made movies by taking pictures and spinning them round really fast. This is called animations. Then we looked at a display on the nut cracker story and the office and work desk of an animator. After a little bit I felt sick so I went outside with my mum. I felt like I was going to vomit and I did. Really badly! My mum said it was probably food poisoning from the pizza. yuk. Sayonara, I'll be ...
... visited the many vendors selling countless varieties of fish, soups and teas. Most would let us sample their creations, some I had to politely say no thank you. We arrived too late to visit the inner market, where wholesalers bid and haggle for the best prices on fresh fish from the sea, but the outer market is where the curious visitor can enjoy the cultural experience of ...