Monthly Archives: September 2016

Rogue and Peasant Slave

The last few days have been some of my strangest. Semi conscious in London, semi conscious Helsinki, semi conscious Osaka, I finally arrive at my house in Okinawa to find that I have given bad info about my front door … Continue reading

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Lemsip

Lemsip is a traditional british cold remedy. I need it as I fall sick in London. I spend the final two days in England semi-conscious in a darkened room in Clapham. This is not what I had planned. However, there … Continue reading

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Breakfast in England

I go to England. The first day I stay with Ian and Anne. Conveniently Rosy and Barry are also staying. We have breakfast. Rosy, Barry and I train it down to their house. Alan joins us, so ¬†we have breakfast. … Continue reading

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Pemmican

The Pembroke Players from Cambridge University pay us a visit. First we have lunch. They then put on a yeeha version of Romeo and Juliet to a packed Auditorium. Good bunch.    

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Eyeless in Gaza

Sunday started badly and got worse. I went to the supermarket to stock up on edible pleasure for the coming week. Half way through the check out, as the teenage girl pulled each item from my basket, said what it … Continue reading

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Yellow

Sailing across the bay I notice a yellow circle on one of the concrete slipways. I go investigate this morning. There is a lot of yellow around. I find an amazing graffiti. It is yellow with a sun like theme. … Continue reading

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Up on the Roof

So we stayed in a guest house in Aka called Sakubaru. It is shabby, disorganized, devoid of ceremony, pretty much like the rest of the village of Aka. I love it. What I finally noticed about Aka and indeed other … Continue reading

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