There is a balcony at the hotel room but I can’t sit on the chair because of seagulls.
Our departure time to the venue is 4:45pm. I had plenty of time and went out for walk. There’s a beach in front of the hotel.
Life saver was at the beach.
The color of the sea was muddy grey.
I saw a Pelican which was swallowing fish.
A gift shop at a pier.
I always do this.
Retro goods were sold at the gift shop.
2 dollars for enter into the second floor ?! Free drink!?
10 dollars for this entrance?! No refunds!
I turned back to the beach. The powder sand was grey.
What’s this? When I was talking a picture of this, a boy talked to me and said “Do you like this?”. And I said “It’s wonderful!”. Then he said, “My dad made this”. People in the U.S. are friendly. The other day, a gentleman said to me that he liked my T-shirt at a shopping mall when I wore Black Sabbath T-shirt. Or at other city, when I bought wine, I showed my ID and the clerk told me friendly because she was mostly the same age with me.
Anyway it’s fun and I enjoy it. The way of communicate with people in the U.S. is very different from Japan. People in Japan tend to communicate each other without words.
Here is Babe’s beach.
Rent a cycle.
A gift shop behind the rent a cycle. There are many sea shell products. Most of all might be made in China but seems cool.
The I went to a supermarket Kroger. There were good selections.
Swimming floats on a fridge.
Cake of sea shore.
I bought these at the supermarket. Bread, havarti cheese, turkey ham and spinach. Small bottles of wine, too.
I made sandwich for my lunch. Then off to the venue.
Getting through an amusement park,
Arrived at the venue. VFW, Veterans of Foreign Wars.
It reminds me of one scene of This is Spinal Tap movie.
A room next to the venue is a dining bar.
We had dinner there. I ordered Cheese Burger.
Our show went peacefully like a party. Many audience were smiling to my talking. There are so many young people and they talked to me that they were listening to Shonen Knife from their childhood. I’m honored about it. I hope to come back to Galveston again.