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Almost every shop closed on Christmas day.
In Japan, this has never happened.

Unlike yesterday, many shops had a sale and there were so many people in the city.
It felt like today is New Years Eve

In Japan, there is no difference between Christmas day and the 26th, which is the next day.
It is because shops give you a large discount before Christmas.
Actually, some shops in the city did not give me a big discount.
I wanted to buy a foam surf board which costs $300.
but they said they can give me only $20 off.
That mean almost nothing to me.
I wanted to buy a pair of short pants (abercrombie & fitch) which cost $40.
They usually sell them at the same price and I am not sure that they are real ones. haha
I am very brand conscious, especially with Japanese brands, so I do not usually buy anything here.

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I didn't buy anything then?
Yes...I bought a sleeping bag, a daggy orange backpack, 4L of water and snacks.
I was surprised that almost all the water was gone.
I got them because I'm going bushwalking and camping from tomorrow.
I will go to Otford in the morning, walk to Bundeena and stay there overnight.
I will then take a ferry to Cronulla and come back to the city next day.
Anyway, I will show you some pictures later. haha

Here are some new phrase(s) that I have come across in daily life.
1. Not a chance! (on TV)
=
2. Chin up! (on TV)
= cheer up

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