Progamer to Programmer

Sunday, November 14, 2004

Japan Intermission

This is a post from the Narita International Airport. Net access in the US is a bit difficult for someone without a laptop or a credit card. Luckily the airport here has some coin-operated kiosks. (100 Yen/10 min.)

I've got a bunch of stuff written down, but it's not the time to post - will have to wait till a decent net access terminal is available. But I wanted to make a post from elsewhere so... =)

Just had some Cold Soba and Green Tea. The soba itself is tasteless, but comes with some soy sauce or wasabi. Either you dip it in or pour it on the noodles, not sure. But went with dipping. The green tea tastes a lot like... unsweetened green tea (unlike the C2 drink that we have). Total cost was 700 Yen. A rough estimate would be 100 Yen/1 US Dollar. But I figured if Bryan ne-chan is willing to spend binge after a walk to 7-11, I can buy myself a meal after a flight to Tokyo.

They had this cool free game at the Children's play room where you had to wipe windows, using a video camera. But my flight is nearing, so I could only watch. My 10 minutes is almost up so we should wrap up here.


  • EYE TOY!
    EYE TOY!

    By Blogger El Raichu, at 3:49 PM  

  • stop over in japan... naisu! naisu!


    (ang bilis mo talagang mag type!)

    By Blogger JAm, at 11:50 PM  

  • hey cel! congrats. medyo delayed na nga lang. hehehe. :)

    By Blogger mapet, at 5:30 AM  

  • Hey Celsus,

    Just wanted to let you know we're probably related. I'm Gabriel Kintanar Dizon, Gabby for short. Nice to see a relative blogging =)

    Check my blog, 3rd World Game Designer.


    By Blogger gabusch, at 8:03 AM  

  • Coin-operated kiosks?! Sugoi!

    Read about TopCoder on Sacha's blog. Omedetou!^_^

    By Blogger eClair, at 4:46 PM  

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