Tag Archives: san francisco

Valentine’s; Bellingham; Wet California

Valentine's Day 2008 has been going pretty well for Hitomi and I. I'm not sure if it's because I've turned into a nice(r), more thoughtful guy or Hitomi's happy, or getting old or tired of each other smooths out relationships. … Continue reading

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Bay Area and Hitomi

Last week was another visit to San Rafael. I went through San Francisco airport this time, hoping it'd be easier for Hitomi to make it into town by BART (transit), compared to Oakland. And this time I went with the … Continue reading

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Osamu Tezuka in S.F.

I saw advertisements around San Francisco back in June/July, and Hitomi mentioned that the S.F. Asian Art Museum was having a special exhibit (from Australia, oddly enough) on "the God of Manga", Osamu Tezuka. To be honest over the past … Continue reading

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Hot Pavement, Cool Wind

I had about 4 hours of daylight Saturday night to cycle. I went online and found some routes in Silicon Valley to try. I chose to follow the Crystal Springs route, 41.1 miles and 2200 feet of elevation gain. There … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Hitomi

Sunday was a Very Special Day for Hitomi. Hitomi is 33 now, and 30 for me is around the corner. It's been about 9 years since I called Hitomi in Kyoto, where I then knew I was in love with … Continue reading

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Tourist in S.F.

Boon invited me out for an early bicycle ride, starting at 7am in the morning. Due to eating way too much food late at night (see Hitomi's blog) and that nights in this hostel are far from quiet, I had … Continue reading

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San Francisco Asian Time

Hitomi arrived in S.F. in the morning. I met her later in the evening, after I got my work done. It takes about 30-40 minutes and about $5 to make it into the city. Once you're in, driving around is … Continue reading

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