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Waynetheman
03-24-2014, 02:22 AM
Hello my favorite gun forum. I'm hanging out killing time waiting for a connecting flight so I thought I'd drop in and post something interesting.

I spent a few days hanging out with a friend in japan, it's an awesome place and am already planning another visit. Anyhoo a big part of any travel is trying out the local cuisine, atleast for me.

Now what I'm gonna post will probably scare and nauseate some, especially those who've had the misfortune of salmonella poisoning. 48 hours later and I'm still alive to talk about it, safe to say that it was good to go!

Now on with the show!

First up: horse meat sashimi, this will likely offend someone as horses for the most part have been given pet status and some people liken it to eating a dog or a cat. But...... It's not the case here and I had to try
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/4BBC6D8A-DB18-4CD3-8C4C-40FBC3DCACAD.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/4BBC6D8A-DB18-4CD3-8C4C-40FBC3DCACAD.jpg.html)
Honestly it was tasty, mild flavor kinda sweet and lean.

Next: raw chicken, this would never fly in most places but again japan is not most places. Like the horse raw chicken was very mild tasting not unlike tuna minus the fishy taste this one was lightly seared kinda like ahi tuna so it's not sashimi but would still be rare or blue rare even.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/C27B78AD-59FE-42A5-A9E5-A546B86C7D87.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/C27B78AD-59FE-42A5-A9E5-A546B86C7D87.jpg.html)

Next: deadly deadly fugu the poison blowfish. In cooked form pretty tasty clean whitefish somewhat like halibut or many others, in raw form semi rubbery, pretty flavorless. The skin was made into salads and such kinda tough, intresting texture and translucent appearance.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/18AFFAEE-0F67-4B9A-B935-9AA2FB36CCAA.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/18AFFAEE-0F67-4B9A-B935-9AA2FB36CCAA.jpg.html)

Also semi related but I went to a mental hospital prison themed restaurant some of the pics maybe offensive like a frozen banana shaped like a penis in your drink so I didn't include it.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/9E2C986D-50C3-47A1-937B-922C31CFDCA3.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/9E2C986D-50C3-47A1-937B-922C31CFDCA3.jpg.html)

I'm gonna head off to catch my flight now but I'll check in on you guys later!

-Wayne


EDIT*Hey all dropping by with a chapter two of sorts.

I'm here in china in my wife's home town of Chongqing, Sichuan (Szechuan to some). The local flavor is of course SPICE and lots of it. The meal most popular here and catching on everywhere else is hot pot. For the benefit of those unfamiliar it is like extreme fondue maybe? And yes it's available in canada, maybe not to this degree of authenticity.

Those with a heart condition, high blood pressure or that think pepperoni is actually spicy need not apply.

Now it doesn't always start like this but I REALLY appreciate the ingredients being visible at the start, in a country where food safety is a foreign language it's nice to be able to see the ingredients aren't recycled. So what do we have here? Orange stuff? Beef fat. White stuff? BEEF FAT. The rest is spices spices spices soaking in vegetable oil. Also a couple of green onions/ garlic for flavor.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/B6700F7F-D56D-4D00-9A90-F0D54545EFCD.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/B6700F7F-D56D-4D00-9A90-F0D54545EFCD.jpg.html)

Next step add some salt, and some broth and you get.....THIS! A bubbling cauldron of hate(love?). It's spicy as you can imagine but the real interesting bit comes from the Sichuan pepper (aka pepper flowers aka numbing pepper) which gives it a buzzy tang that's impossible to describe. A taste that's something like black pepper but more citrusy and with a huge punch.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/0D306554-1EE4-4E8B-94B9-92818E142E5A.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/0D306554-1EE4-4E8B-94B9-92818E142E5A.jpg.html)

So what do you do with it? Like I said it's basically fondue for dinner, so you get a bunch of raw meat, veg, noodles and whatever else you like ( around here a lot of organ meats/ brains/ blood pudding). Shove it in cook, eat, repeat.

Many other hotpot styles like Mongolian hot pot or whatever will have some form of soya sauce based sauce. Not here. What you will get is straight minced garlic in a bowl flooded with sesame oil to carry the flavor. Add salt/msg to taste at the table.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/7CAA8842-9A10-474D-B02B-08BE93B7ED3C.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/7CAA8842-9A10-474D-B02B-08BE93B7ED3C.jpg.html)

Eat enough of this and you'll probably taking your antacids in an early grave but boy is it tasty. Funny enough very few people around here are overweight or seem to suffer ill effects of this later in life.





Lastly not food related but ya can't have this for dessert and not post about it. Thanks to a very generous friend I got to fulfill a life long dream. Dessert was even spicier than dinner if you can imagine ;).

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/CD394966-864A-490B-A157-968DF6511D2D.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/CD394966-864A-490B-A157-968DF6511D2D.jpg.html)
Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale LP570-4 (say that 3x fast). I can post more details about this if anyone wants but I'll leave it out for now cause it's a food thread. Suffice to say its a rocket ship, and I passed a cop at 180 while cracking off 8000rpm shifts lol!

Forbes/Hutton
03-24-2014, 02:43 AM
If I ever go to Japan, I'm taking lots of sandwiches with me.

Waynetheman
03-24-2014, 03:10 AM
Lol flights delayed so I'll be on the ground for a few.

Don't worry there's plenty of cooked food around. But none so interesting. I also had Kobe beef but you all know what goes moo.

VancouverSkiBum
03-24-2014, 03:45 AM
Horse looks delicious. Chicken not so much. id try the chicken, but prob only once. Everything else, bring it on.

awndray
03-24-2014, 06:11 AM
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I'd like to try that one day.

With regards to horse meat, I've had it a few times and quite like it. Then, I saw this documentary just a couple of weeks ago. I never realized that Canada was one of the largest horse meat exporters. There is some controversy about it, but not because of the pet status that some give it. It was an interesting show. http://globalnews.ca/news/1186346/tainted-meat-canadas-horse-slaughter-industry-under-fire/

Waynetheman
03-24-2014, 06:18 AM
Just landed. Hmm. Seems like photobucket resized my fugu pic strangely. Might fix that later.

coastal
03-24-2014, 07:07 AM
You are a brave man. I've tried Ahi Tuna a few times hoping to like it....but the texture just doesn't jive with me for some reason. The prison restaurant looks awesome!

road kill
03-24-2014, 07:08 AM
As for the horse meat my dad ate some during ww2 and said it was sweet tasting. Raw chicken :run: the frozen banana would be a hoot though.

blacksmithden
03-24-2014, 07:16 AM
I've had a few bouts with food poisoning in my day. I don't care what kind of meat it is. Well done or I just won't eat it. My wife is the exact opposite....walk past the stove with things, and that's good enough.

Strewth
03-24-2014, 08:41 AM
Thanks for the pics! I dunno about raw chicken, the rest would be fine....although my wife would divorce me over the horse meat:).
Love the prison/mental hospital restaurant. Oh, those crazy Japanese.

I love sushi, but seeing "horse sashimi" just looks weird:).

Prairie Dog
03-24-2014, 11:24 AM
If I ever go to Japan, I'm taking lots of sandwiches with me.

You and me both. Probably some jerky as well. :)

This place?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFixkI0aoYA

Haywire1
03-24-2014, 11:53 AM
I think I will just avoid japan and japanese cooking altogether lol. Esp since I just cant see myself eating bait

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Steveo9mm
03-24-2014, 12:03 PM
Germany is big on raw meat. steak tar tar made from raw beef or pork. been eating it all my life. but im german and the girl is Czech. so its our nature.

Petamocto
03-24-2014, 12:11 PM
As for the horse meat my dad ate some during ww2 and said it was sweet tasting.

Chatham has a Dutch community, and I had some when I was a teenager at my girlfriend's grandparents' house. My memory of it was that it was salty, not sweet, likely due to a horse being relatively well-built with muscle compared to a fatty cow.

Waynetheman
03-25-2014, 08:11 PM
You and me both. Probably some jerky as well. :)

This place?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFixkI0aoYA

Currently in communist china so I can't view youtube, but I think so.

Waynetheman
03-30-2014, 09:20 AM
Merged post. See page 1.

addictedshooter
03-30-2014, 09:37 AM
I agree with always trying the local cuisine. It's the best way to learn and appreciate other cultures. Tried horse meat in Malta and it was surprisingly good. Kind of a shame to kill such a nice animal and eat it. At least with pigs and cows being so ugly we're actually doing them a favor, so they don't have to see their reflection in the water trough every morning. I'm a little less enthusiastic about the raw chicken, but if an ancient culture has been doing it forever then it must be fine. Japan has about the highest food quality any where in the world. Glad you had a good time. Great pics

Waynetheman
03-30-2014, 10:13 AM
Funny enough I did a bunch of reading on the raw chicken subject and as it turns out the breed of chicken they use is a Canadian invention. Blue foot chicken apparently salmonella free, bred to be a clone of some French breed.

Rory McCanuck
03-30-2014, 11:16 AM
Looks like a great trip, Wayne.
Hope you're having fun, but pretty much anything is going to be a letdown after playing with a Lambo!

Waynetheman
03-30-2014, 11:30 AM
Haha thanks! Indeed it will be the climax of the trip or so it seems. Rocketing on the highways at night to having afternoon tea in a historic part of town today. I've always loved cars and if I had to give up shooting for more car action I could live with it. I even had a dream about buying my own lambo, or was it a spice induced hallucination?

FlyingHigh
03-30-2014, 12:44 PM
Looks like you had a lot of fun. :)

I love to cook and try recipes, but I'm a wimp when it comes to spicy heat and eating what amounts to bait doesn't appeal to me. Although I love seeing what other cultures eat and how it's prepared, unfortunately I know I could never get myself to eat the foods that most Asian cultures love. I'd be looking for the McDonald's. LOL.

Great pics and write up. Thanks for sharing. Pretty jealous about the Lambo...

Edenchef
03-30-2014, 12:49 PM
Looks like you had a lot of fun. :)

I love to cook and try recipes, but I'm a wimp when it comes to spicy heat and eating what amounts to bait doesn't appeal to me. Although I love seeing what other cultures eat and how it's prepared, unfortunately I know I could never get myself to eat the foods that most Asian cultures love. I'd be looking for the McDonald's. LOL.

Great pics and write up. Thanks for sharing. Pretty jealous about the Lambo...

Just check very carefully for the hook and line. If it's clear you are probably safe.

Cheers!

FlyingHigh
03-30-2014, 04:41 PM
Just check very carefully for the hook and line. If it's clear you are probably safe.

Cheers!

I prefer to be at the opposite end of the line from the bait. ;) LOL

VancouverSkiBum
03-30-2014, 05:12 PM
Nice update, looks like ur having fun!

Waynetheman
03-30-2014, 10:59 PM
Looks like you had a lot of fun. :)

I love to cook and try recipes, but I'm a wimp when it comes to spicy heat and eating what amounts to bait doesn't appeal to me. Although I love seeing what other cultures eat and how it's prepared, unfortunately I know I could never get myself to eat the foods that most Asian cultures love. I'd be looking for the McDonald's. LOL.

Great pics and write up. Thanks for sharing. Pretty jealous about the Lambo...

Not a fan of seafood in general? Tuna is pretty big to be bait. I was downtown after drinks the other day and nothing was open but mcdonalds. Honestly it's pretty crappy, compared to home and let's face it mcdonalds is no 5star restaurant in canada. They did have a "mcspicy chicken" here that was pretty genuinely spicy lol, if it wasn't it probably couldn't be advertised as spicy here.

Last nights dinner had my taste buds singing, but my butt is screaming this morning. LOL. I love that spicy food but it don't love me :(

FlyingHigh
03-31-2014, 05:22 AM
Yeah, I'm not a seafood person in general. I don't mind tuna occasionally and the odd salmon and trout. But with salmon and trout it has to be one I caught that day, and prepped as soon as I get home. Weird because I'm a die hard fly fisherman. I just don't like eating fish that much. Other water creatures hold no appeal to me as far as eating goes.

My tastes are terrestrial rather than aquatic. This is from a guy who grew up on the west coast too. Figure that one out.

Waynetheman
03-31-2014, 07:03 AM
To each their own I say, I know a fair few in Vancouver who will not eat seafood whatsoever. I'm a beef guy at heart though, as much as I like sushi.

harbl_the_cat
03-31-2014, 09:38 AM
If I ever go to Japan, I'm taking lots of sandwiches with me.

lol, me too I think.

Strewth
03-31-2014, 09:54 AM
Nice car:). That hot pot looks very good, thanks for posting! Interesting to see that garlic in oil is the authentic dip, I thought that was Westernised.

Waynetheman
03-31-2014, 08:57 PM
Nice car:). That hot pot looks very good, thanks for posting! Interesting to see that garlic in oil is the authentic dip, I thought that was Westernised.

Yep garlic and sesame is authentic for the spicy hot pot, although I've found a lot of places in Vancouver offer soya or satay based sauces first.

VancouverSkiBum
03-31-2014, 09:12 PM
man... i want to try some bubbling heart attack now. wheres a good place in Vancouver to go, there's so many poor restaurants to choose from its hard to get a good one. My fav chinese-to-go place ive found is Kents Kitchen in chinatown, but the dont have stuff like that

Waynetheman
03-31-2014, 09:30 PM
I like Kent's kitchen on kingsway for generic chinese food. For hot pot sadly there isn't one that's truly authentic, not that I've found yet. Some places taste good but aren't authentic some places are more authentic but lack something (likely the beef fat). A place I regularly go is fatty cow on Victoria / 36th not heart attack authenticity but they do have a spicy soup (among others) and the ingredients have always been fresh. It's all you can eat as well so that's a plus.

Shalimar
10-16-2014, 04:17 PM
Hello my favorite gun forum. I'm hanging out killing time waiting for a connecting flight so I thought I'd drop in and post something interesting.

I spent a few days hanging out with a friend in japan, it's an awesome place and am already planning another visit. Anyhoo a big part of any travel is trying out the local cuisine, atleast for me.

Now what I'm gonna post will probably scare and nauseate some, especially those who've had the misfortune of salmonella poisoning. 48 hours later and I'm still alive to talk about it, safe to say that it was good to go!

Now on with the show!

First up: horse meat sashimi, this will likely offend someone as horses for the most part have been given pet status and some people liken it to eating a dog or a cat. But...... It's not the case here and I had to try
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/4BBC6D8A-DB18-4CD3-8C4C-40FBC3DCACAD.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/4BBC6D8A-DB18-4CD3-8C4C-40FBC3DCACAD.jpg.html)
Honestly it was tasty, mild flavor kinda sweet and lean.

Next: raw chicken, this would never fly in most places but again japan is not most places. Like the horse raw chicken was very mild tasting not unlike tuna minus the fishy taste this one was lightly seared kinda like ahi tuna so it's not sashimi but would still be rare or blue rare even.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/C27B78AD-59FE-42A5-A9E5-A546B86C7D87.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/C27B78AD-59FE-42A5-A9E5-A546B86C7D87.jpg.html)

Next: deadly deadly fugu the poison blowfish. In cooked form pretty tasty clean whitefish somewhat like halibut or many others, in raw form semi rubbery, pretty flavorless. The skin was made into salads and such kinda tough, intresting texture and translucent appearance.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/18AFFAEE-0F67-4B9A-B935-9AA2FB36CCAA.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/18AFFAEE-0F67-4B9A-B935-9AA2FB36CCAA.jpg.html)

Also semi related but I went to a mental hospital prison themed restaurant some of the pics maybe offensive like a frozen banana shaped like a penis in your drink so I didn't include it.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/9E2C986D-50C3-47A1-937B-922C31CFDCA3.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/9E2C986D-50C3-47A1-937B-922C31CFDCA3.jpg.html)

I'm gonna head off to catch my flight now but I'll check in on you guys later!

-Wayne


EDIT*Hey all dropping by with a chapter two of sorts.

I'm here in china in my wife's home town of Chongqing, Sichuan (Szechuan to some). The local flavor is of course SPICE and lots of it. The meal most popular here and catching on everywhere else is hot pot. For the benefit of those unfamiliar it is like extreme fondue maybe? And yes it's available in canada, maybe not to this degree of authenticity.

Those with a heart condition, high blood pressure or that think pepperoni is actually spicy need not apply.

Now it doesn't always start like this but I REALLY appreciate the ingredients being visible at the start, in a country where food safety is a foreign language it's nice to be able to see the ingredients aren't recycled. So what do we have here? Orange stuff? Beef fat. White stuff? BEEF FAT. The rest is spices spices spices soaking in vegetable oil. Also a couple of green onions/ garlic for flavor.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/B6700F7F-D56D-4D00-9A90-F0D54545EFCD.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/B6700F7F-D56D-4D00-9A90-F0D54545EFCD.jpg.html)

Next step add some salt, and some broth and you get.....THIS! A bubbling cauldron of hate(love?). It's spicy as you can imagine but the real interesting bit comes from the Sichuan pepper (aka pepper flowers aka numbing pepper) which gives it a buzzy tang that's impossible to describe. A taste that's something like black pepper but more citrusy and with a huge punch.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/0D306554-1EE4-4E8B-94B9-92818E142E5A.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/0D306554-1EE4-4E8B-94B9-92818E142E5A.jpg.html)

So what do you do with it? Like I said it's basically fondue for dinner, so you get a bunch of raw meat, veg, noodles and whatever else you like ( around here a lot of organ meats/ brains/ blood pudding). Shove it in cook, eat, repeat.

Many other hotpot styles like Mongolian hot pot or whatever will have some form of soya sauce based sauce. Not here. What you will get is straight minced garlic in a bowl flooded with sesame oil to carry the flavor. Add salt/msg to taste at the table.
http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/7CAA8842-9A10-474D-B02B-08BE93B7ED3C.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/7CAA8842-9A10-474D-B02B-08BE93B7ED3C.jpg.html)

Eat enough of this and you'll probably taking your antacids in an early grave but boy is it tasty. Funny enough very few people around here are overweight or seem to suffer ill effects of this later in life.





Lastly not food related but ya can't have this for dessert and not post about it. Thanks to a very generous friend I got to fulfill a life long dream. Dessert was even spicier than dinner if you can imagine ;).

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh305/waynetheman/CD394966-864A-490B-A157-968DF6511D2D.jpg (http://s259.photobucket.com/user/waynetheman/media/CD394966-864A-490B-A157-968DF6511D2D.jpg.html)
Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo Stradale LP570-4 (say that 3x fast). I can post more details about this if anyone wants but I'll leave it out for now cause it's a food thread. Suffice to say its a rocket ship, and I passed a cop at 180 while cracking off 8000rpm shifts lol!



/me wipes away drool.. and says can't show the wife.. she will sell the car to go there!


(Note as well.. raw chicken is in some ways like raw steak.. flash cook/sear the outside to kill bacteria and then it can be safe.. but never try it w/ground unless it's literally straight from a safe source which most will never have access to)

Lee Enfield
10-16-2014, 05:04 PM
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I'd like to try that one day.

With regards to horse meat, I've had it a few times and quite like it. Then, I saw this documentary just a couple of weeks ago. I never realized that Canada was one of the largest horse meat exporters. There is some controversy about it, but not because of the pet status that some give it. It was an interesting show. http://globalnews.ca/news/1186346/tainted-meat-canadas-horse-slaughter-industry-under-fire/

There is a plant where they kill horses just past Falkland BC.

trition
10-16-2014, 06:01 PM
What a great adventure. Thanks for sharing... when in Japan all things are fair game. :)

trition
10-16-2014, 06:02 PM
Oh and for the car.... well done!

Shalimar
10-17-2014, 08:48 AM
Originally Posted by awndray View Post
Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I'd like to try that one day.

With regards to horse meat, I've had it a few times and quite like it.



There is a plant where they kill horses just past Falkland BC.


Never had a chance to try it yet.. but I've heard it's better for you than steak and is very tasty. No place ouit my way with it though that I know of... the bleating vegans etc probably would have a kiniption and riot in TO if there was.

Waynetheman
10-17-2014, 09:28 PM
Ooh people are bumping my thread. Yeah in japan it seems most anything is fair game to be eaten raw lol. It was definitely fun. Also fun was wandering around in random places and just checking out the sights and sounds it's incredibly clean there.

Shalimar
10-18-2014, 09:15 AM
Ooh people are bumping my thread. Yeah in japan it seems most anything is fair game to be eaten raw lol. It was definitely fun. Also fun was wandering around in random places and just checking out the sights and sounds it's incredibly clean there.

Alright now I have to be doubly sure to never let my wife see your posts... or I'll never hear the end of it! ;D

Waynetheman
10-18-2014, 10:30 AM
Haha your wife is an adventurous eater I gather? If ya do find a way to go I definitely recommend renting a cell phone frame the airport. It's a life saver.

Shalimar
10-18-2014, 10:55 AM
Haha your wife is an adventurous eater I gather? If ya do find a way to go I definitely recommend renting a cell phone frame the airport. It's a life saver.

Yep she can be.. but it's more about Japan by far lol.. we've never been.. but if ever given the chance we would have to stick together.. she can speak it a lil (far better than I can).. but she can't read kanji.. but I can somewhat (which confuses the hell out of her).. so it would take both of us esp at 1st to have a clue wtf we are doing LMAO

Waynetheman
10-18-2014, 11:23 AM
It took me forever to finally go, but yeah my wife can read a little kanji because she's chinese but like I said I rented a cell from the airport with data, and just googled everything. It was $12/day (could probably have done better oh well) unlimited everything I used the subways and stuff, when I google where to go the map shows walking directions with amazing accuracy as well as letting you know exactly how much fare to put in and where to get off it made things very stress free as you really couldn't get lost unless you had no batteries. Most people spoke surprisingly good English, and one of my biggest worries when traveling abroad is food / water quality (excellent even drank tap water) and bathrooms, thankfully public bathrooms were everywhere and so clean you could eat there.

Shalimar
10-18-2014, 05:25 PM
It took me forever to finally go, but yeah my wife can read a little kanji because she's chinese but like I said I rented a cell from the airport with data, and just googled everything. It was $12/day (could probably have done better oh well) unlimited everything I used the subways and stuff, when I google where to go the map shows walking directions with amazing accuracy as well as letting you know exactly how much fare to put in and where to get off it made things very stress free as you really couldn't get lost unless you had no batteries. Most people spoke surprisingly good English, and one of my biggest worries when traveling abroad is food / water quality (excellent even drank tap water) and bathrooms, thankfully public bathrooms were everywhere and so clean you could eat there.

Well neither of us is Japanese or Chinese (despite my nicknames).. but if I get the chance I'd go for sure. Just a matter of $ of course.

Oh and I've got a friend that teaches English there (he's from Cali)... as well as the author of the thin h line that is from 40min from me.. but lives there and teaches English as well (I promised him a beer if I ever get over there)

TedNugent
10-18-2014, 05:46 PM
Was there a map to the hospital on the back of the menu?

Waynetheman
10-19-2014, 12:36 PM
Well neither of us is Japanese or Chinese (despite my nicknames).. but if I get the chance I'd go for sure. Just a matter of $ of course.

Oh and I've got a friend that teaches English there (he's from Cali)... as well as the author of the thin h line that is from 40min from me.. but lives there and teaches English as well (I promised him a beer if I ever get over there)

All the fun stuff is a matter of money :( I need more guns.

Shalimar
10-19-2014, 01:16 PM
All the fun stuff is a matter of money :( I need more guns.


Me too! I happily adopt any available! ;D

Marner
12-20-2015, 04:56 PM
You're a brave and adventurous person...much more so than me on both counts.

Waynetheman
12-20-2015, 05:30 PM
Haha it was a when in Rome situation.

Metric Warrior
12-20-2015, 05:47 PM
Haha it was a when in Rome situation.

Way to carry on a year later like there was no pause!
:)

Waynetheman
12-21-2015, 04:51 PM
Way to carry on a year later like there was no pause!
:)


There's no pause in my mind haha.