I overslept today. I put on my school uniform quick and was ready to go when I heard a familiar voice behind me.
"Where do you think you are going?"
"I'm going to school" I said and turned around quickly.
"Don't you know it's a holiday today?"
"Actually I don't" I said and went to my room to get this weird information confirmed.
To my surprise this was true and I changed to casual clothes. I started to download every single Bitcoin transaction that's ever been made around 8 o'clock in the morning and it's still working.
I went to Narita to book a hotel for one of my readers. When I came to the hotel I realised that it didn't exist. There was a restaurant with the same name at the same place but NO HOTEL. I went on to the next alternative. The second place seemed pretty legit except from that it was closed 4 o'clock on a weekday. I would recommend to choose a normal hotel which exists and is open at normal times next time.
I was also told that the hotel was between Narikoku and Narita-san. I could not see a single logical reason why someone would choose a place like that to stay. If you're between Narikoku and Narita-san you are not very close to anything special. And why would you want to be close to Narikoku? You would not be allowed entrance anyway. I could not understand this but when I found the "hotel" I realised that this wasn't true. It was next to Narita-san, far from Narikoku. I can't understand how someone can call that between Narita-san and Narikoku (well, if you watch from the right angle you could maybe say that it's between the corner of Narita-san and Narikoku in the same way as the Netherlands is between Germany and Chile if you watch from the right angle but I doubt that even that would be true, and even if it was it would make more sense to say next to Narita-san or next to Germany.)