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Store in Malvern has them for $5.50 each :love:
Good luck with all that , I snapped the acl and tore the miniscus at Myoko :( , that reminds me I should do my exercises :whistle:
+ 1 on all of the above for this place
My D16 bought a camera lens in Tokyo 2018 [thanks Sandy :thumbs:] and Nike runners :rolleyes: they didn't blink an eye coming through, but could...
Alright Tonester, for you I'll give them another go this April :wave:
Maybe I can peel the old photo's of last years book :whistle:
Son 22 and self got then to Mario kart Tokyo last April, doing it again this April [different route] need to buy again :mad: can't find last years...
Well KVB can get stuffed, their rate is 73.5, phoned an exchange 5min down the road and they offer 73.01, on the $3400 Aus I'm exchanging works...
Did similar that in January at Myoko, at a slower speed with deeper snow and snapped my ACL and tore my meniscus, watching that made me squirm...
It's dropped again and I can only get in to KVB on Monday, hope no one shoots anyone before Monday :whistle:
Son tried to buy some from machine in Tokyo last year in April, machine said no, need Japanese ID card :D
Old school, phone them :thumbs:
Same boat + have mastercard for if things go to :crap:
I take cash, and what I don't spend gives me an excuse to go back the next year to spend :D I just take a comm bank travel card which I loaded Yen...
Can't remember but I think it was $1 or $2 K
Nup, not for me, about the only thing I have eaten in Japan and didn't like, found them dry and tasteless o_O
Shirakaba to the left is a red and not really crowded as everyone seems to go higher ;)
I found Sakka fairly flat, thought would be good for beginner, no ?
Get a Suica card for Tokyo, works in Kyoto as well apparently, no working out and buying separate tickets, tap and go for the win :thumbs:
Yeah but don't you look forward to the next day with all the fresh stuff, like a kid the night before Christmas, or is that just me :ski: