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Thursday, March 15, 2007

It's amazing how when you really need them to be around, all the foreign women stay home! Nine and I met at Hachiko at 10:30 this morning, and we tried to get street snaps photos taken. It proved to be more than a bit of a problem to find fashionable foreign women roaming the streets! We walked around Shibuya, down Meiji Dori to Omotesando, hung around the GAP, and then up through Takeshita Dori, before settling on our limited success and deciding that better opportunities would present themselves over the weekend.

I headed up to the office and then almost immediatly went to Suji's with everyone (that's why they pay me the big bucks ;) ) I just had the chicken soup which was really tasty - they should do a full size meal version! We got to meet Kieron's sister who is hear visiting for a couple of weeks, which was nice!

Came back up and spent the remainder of the afternoon doing distribution for the new magazine which came out today - it was our 'successful foreigners in Japan' issue... After I finished in the office I headed up to Roppongi Hills and prepped for teaching at 5:30, which proceed basically as usual - the three of us have basically settled into a pattern in our sessions which is good I guess, its basically pretty easy.

Came home to relax for a bit-I have a busy day tomorrow including a meeting at TUJ to see what's up with that, so I've been watching gymnastics online (including a great 45 minute documentary on Deva, the gymnastics factory in Romania). Speaking of which, Romanian Gymnastics is falling apart a little bit, which is sooo weird! Speaking of county's sports teams falling apart, whats the story with Canada's men's soccer team? We've just fallen to the lowest rankings ever in the FIFA monthly rankings. We're all the way down at 103, which puts us behind a load of countries including St. Vincent and the Grenadines (100) I'm pretty sure I've never even heard of that country before now! This is ridiculous!

Anyway, that's about it - nothing so exciting! Just watching the first season of the Apprentice with the v, stretching (watching gym movies always does that to me!) and chillaxing...

1 comment:

Karl Eklund said...

You said: "St. Vincent and the Grenadines.... I'm pretty sure I've never even heard of that country before now! This is ridiculous!"

Yes it is. You can remedy that situation at
which will tell you more about St. Vincent and the Grenadines than you could possibly want to know.