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    Nice thread Dicky.

    Are the red and white watches for your gay mates?

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    Cheers mate!

    55 ummm... White one is for my wife (was $69) down from $300 due to a tiny defect... still haven't been able to find the tiny defect...

    red one is well cool... silicone (like Tina's anal beads)

    (I think the tiny defect must be hidden down your trousers bro hehe)

    Diesel watches are industrial steel, heavy duty "fashion watches"... they just look cool, in other words.. they ain't Rolex or Omega time pieces...

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    Top marks, Dicky. A super little report.

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    ^ Thanks, Slap

    Are you back in LOS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    Morning, BB... how was your run/swim?
    Not bad, NZ...Met with my two inspirations who started it all...Two sweet Thai massage ladies I met while visiting their shop...They told me they trained every morning at the beach and invited me, so I met them the next morning at the shop and went from there...That was 2 weeks ago...They just started about 2 weeks before that...It's nice to have company...

    Now, when they arrive, I am in the middle of my swim and when they are finishing their short jog, I join them in wind-down stretching and walk back with them to the shop, stop for fruit and water, and walk home...It's off season here; they're waiting for work visas for massage in China...One's been to Russia already...They've been around and we have good conversations...

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    Hmmm I know how I'd be burning off extra calories with the ladies...

    But it's good to have female pals (without bonking them)... just going for runs together without any dramas... sounds cool..

    I wish I had been less of a scumbag sexual predator when I was living there...
    I should re-phrase that, I wish I had been less of a womanizer when I was living there...

    I have reformed my bad ways... getting older, can't act like a teenager anymore..
    Now, I'm a "family man" as the Thais would say hehe..

    Sorry BB, I went off on a tangent...

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    ^ A fine tangent, indeed...

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    Enjoyed it Dicky, the history bits regards the Coal mine Island.
    I have a credit card toll machine in one of my imported cars, it speaks Japanese to me when l start the engine! Sweet voice but!

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    I'm gonna get around to bunging up some of my Fukuoka pics pretty soon bro. Been busier than a one armed brickie lately. Fukuoka was my entry point to Japan, caught the ferry over from busan was a nice soft landing and really liked the feel of the place, found taxis to be cheap and we mostly ate on the street which was always tasty and quality grub, never hit to many bars as I was with my missus and youngest boy, so just drank kirins out of the 7/11, we bought the jap rail pass in Lao for all 3 of us and found it to be the best decision we could of made, a jap rail pass purchased outside of Japan is about 40% cheaper than showing up and buying a ticket. You can use it on the subways and some ferrys to, I was told that Japan was expensive but I found it to be actually cheaper than Aussie, we had all our hotels pre booked just for convenience sake but I'm sure I could of done that cheaper to. The most I paid for a hotel was $ 250 a night in Tokyo, the rest averedge out to about $70 a night. Fantastic place Japan

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983 View Post

    I still like Thailand... I'm more Thai than Kiwi, put it that way... but I love Japan.. and will be very proud to call Japan my new home... soon..

    Great and honest thread. Best of Luck for your future.
    ...and here's a little Note for you


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    55 Thanks Beer Lao and Herman!


    Japan used to be the most expensive country on earth until the mid 90's financial crash which shattered their economy.

    Unfortunately, the expensive stereotype/label has stuck... Much like people still think NZ is the land of milk and honey... or America is the land of the free, where your dreams come true, etc, etc...

    If a normal guy like me, can afford to holiday there every year and even buy property there, then trust me, it's not as expensive as you think. I certainly can't afford to buy a house in NZ..

    I wouldn't say Japan was cheap.. but I would say it's very reasonable and great value for money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    Are you back in LOS?
    Not yet, Dick. Anyway. Balls to LOS. I'm off to Fukuoka to become a sumo wrestler.

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    Good thread. I've only ever been to Tokyo but would like to see more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    I wouldn't say Japan was cheap.. but I would say it's very reasonable and great value for money.
    Could be something to do with the fact it had 779 earthquakes last year

    mabe there is an app to detect rumblings in the footings now on the iphone 6 ?

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    ^ Thanks, Hallelujah...

    Welcome to Fukuoka, Slap... I'll shout you a beer bro.. it would be cool to meet the famous Somtamslap, or DJ Pat... I've never been on any forum.. although I've always read ajarn, TV, korat farang (when it existed)... not much stick man, not my scene.

    I was friends with a German guy (better not say his name) he owned this bar, it used to be a gold shop, he painted it all red.

    Cool place... he always asked me to shag his wife...he drove a new white Mazda BT50... sorry, random comment, it's been a long day..

    I must admit, I am surprised so many of you seem to like Japan...

    I'll tell you something (I hope my wife doesn't read this)..

    She had to drag my ass to Japan.. I was so infatuated with Thailand.. I had no clue whatsoever about Japan, never found their women attractive either (I like dark skin) Isaan girls rock!!

    Anyway, I reluctantly went with her...bear in mind, I'd been in Thailand 10 ish years, Thailand was "it" the center of the known universe... it all happened there...
    I love Thailand...

    I can tell you the moment I exited Narita airport, I was shocked at how calm it was, where is all the chaos? where are all the people?
    The airport shuttle bus arrived exactly on time.. they handled our luggage carefully.
    I'm a very detailed person, small things aggravate the shit out of me, but I can handle big problems well. Everything is well though out in Japan - with mind to efficiency and making life more comfortable..

    I swear, I would fly to Japan just to take a dump, so as to use their toilets 55

    Kiwis are a friendly (but shy) bunch, Thais are too! the Japanese are on a different level of courtesy and consideration for others.. for example, it is not permitted to talk on your phone on the train... there are designated seats for the disabled, elderly, or pregnant wenches *or all of the above... (like Dill) hehe...

    Anyway, I blame my wife... she must have put some of her period blood in my beer to make me bah Japan..

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    Wasnt that nuclear plant in Fukuoka?

    Are you shitting green now Dicky or is it still a cream hue?

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    555 It was Fukoshima... fuck your shima Dill haha

    I cum in great green wads of man goo... it's like Wasabi (so my sheep told me)..

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    I will pm you something i think youll like in a bit mate

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    All good mate.. just don't send me any pics of your gonads, like last time ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Wasnt that nuclear plant in Fukuoka?
    555...That's why it's so quiet and reasonably priced...
    Heh...
    I asked Dickie the same question way back on another thread...

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    The gonads everybody's seen...Think the dawg got 'em...

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    ^ Sorry, yep... that's certainly why it's more quiet than usual... some of the roads were still being repaired after the earthquake damage.

    Prices have remained constant (as far as I'm aware)... that said, it might have had an influence on the hotel prices being so cheap, or it may be seasonal, I'm not sure.

    I'm always cheap hehe.. I wonder what Dill is going to send me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZdick1983
    I cum in great green wads of man goo...
    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    I will pm you

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    That's very nice, Boo...

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    Maybe I should edit that...


    Boo and Dill are close friends, it seems...

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