Six at Kinba.

Six out of eight who will leave here in a few weeks were gathered by one invitation. This dinner party was held right outside downtown and beyond Burnside St. We call this Chinese restaurant Kinba. Was that good? I think it’s better than its economical price. I had one of the best times I’ve ever had in Portland.

What I did in both morning and afternoon were to lift my packages, which will shipped to Tokyo in nearly 7 days, and to exchange my tops I bought last week at 23rd. First, all of three I packed have gone by Yamato’s staffs, successfully. Also focusing on the shipping cost, it’s not too expensive. Second, the left pocket was worn, unfortunately. Thus I asked the staff at Urban Outfitters. In addition to the exchange, I got another 10 dollars cased by the more discounted than last week. On the way to home, I bought two tops at Abercrombie & Fitch.

After the dinner, we helped Moeko, who is the first student to go back home, to finish packing. She will leave at 9am of tomorrow. I’m gonna show up to just say “good-bye and see you around in Japan.” In fact, she will re-start working at the bar in front of Waseda campus. Whenever I go there to do smth, I’ll see here again. It’s pretty easy, I think.

All I have to say at last is anyhow;
Thank you, Yusuke.

  by tkpsu | 2005-12-06 20:32 | @Portland

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