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Straya day is the only time I have seen a fight in Japan other than sumo's going at it.

 

 

Haha do tell.

Arrived in Australia (Niseko) United on Australia day to see two aussies beating the crap out of each other at 9pm out the front of Tamashii Bar, and one of their girlfriends was hysterical screaming at them to stop. It stopped alright when one of them kicked the other one in the head whilst he was down.

 

Top notch advertisement for Australians travelling there... From that point onwards, my girlfriend renamed Niseko "Snow Bali".

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Straya day is the only time I have seen a fight in Japan other than sumo's going at it.

 

 

Haha do tell.

Arrived in Australia (Niseko) United on Australia day to see two aussies beating the crap out of each other at 9pm out the front of Tamashii Bar, and one of their girlfriends was hysterical screaming at them to stop. It stopped alright when one of them kicked the other one in the head whilst he was down.

 

Top notch advertisement for Australians travelling there... From that point onwards, my girlfriend renamed Niseko "Snow Bali".

 

Haha i feel so much better about being there for straya day, My inner demon can come out.

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Is Australia Day all didgeridoos and boomerang shows?

:lol:

No

 

The majority of Australia Days we do nothing.

However this year we are hosting a rather large season kick off party for our NWPL men's and women's team.

It'll be drinking in absolute moderation, BBQ, salads, desserts and swimming in the pool with a bit of music.

 

Most capital citys have a fireworks display.

Some Bogan hooligans get drunk and cause trouble.

Lots of people use it as an excuse to go to the beach.

 

Far fom the brawling Bogan in Niseko image.

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99.95% straya day is chilled. I just felt repulsed to be Australian after being in tranquil Kyoto the week before.

 

We generally have a BBQ and a few quiet beers as we normally have to work the next day.

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Just a normal day for us unless you have a boat and go watch the fireworks in the city of Perth.

 

I will be in Rusutsu though with my koala back pack on

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Australia day had never occurred to me until I went to Niseko, and hearing accounts of random barflights up and down the boulevard.

 

If you see D-Train, go home (<-accomodation) sharply.

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Australia day had never occurred to me until I went to Niseko, and hearing accounts of random barflights up and down the boulevard.

 

If you see D-Train, go home (<-accomodation) sharply.

Whats D-Train?

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Yen v Aud ~ 96 looking pretty good at moment

Brought some yeaterday for next trip.

 

Should be a lot more Aussies all over Japan if stays up. :omg:

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Aussie exchange rate is awsome at the moment. Cashed up yesterday. 4 weeks til Hakuba. Bam!

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Yen v Aud ~ 96 looking pretty good at moment

Brought some yeaterday for next trip.

 

Should be a lot more Aussies all over Japan if stays up. :omg:

There is alot of us overthere it is our #1 tourist destination at the moment according to ComSec this morning

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