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  • Hi.

  • Everyone is Emma and I'm fed up and I'm ready to be done with this.

  • But I want to tell you about my trip to Whole Qaeda.

  • But everything keeps going wrong and I'm going nuts.

  • So I went on a trip to Hell Qaeda.

  • I had a very wonderful time.

  • I took a load of footage filmed for a very long time.

  • It was all just peachy.

  • Peaches and cream.

  • Wonderful.

  • And then a mishap happened with my down brain and also a corrupt memory college.

  • And I lost, like, 70% of the footage and that's pretty bad.

  • So I tried to recover.

  • I spent hundreds of dollars on software, didn't work, got a friend with a more expensive stuff.

  • Way to help me, Didn't walk.

  • It's old, corrupt soul.

  • It's all gone.

  • Some of the footage is gone.

  • So I recorded a video just like this one.

  • But I did it in low lighting and the footage is so grainy, it's pretty much unusable.

  • And so I tried to use a program to get rid of the graininess, and I spent all day doing it.

  • And then I tried to export it, and it said it would take pretty much forever.

  • It just conduit The pole final cut cannot work with the denies program on every single clip.

  • It has to be like a few clips every now, anyway, complicated stuff.

  • Either We're recording this again, and I'm losing my mind a bit.

  • But I'm still excited to tell you about my trip to Hokkaido, because I want you to know about it because I really, really, really, really good time.

  • Sorry, This all sounds aggressive.

  • It's just being it's been a bit of a week, a month, a bit of time in a year, but of a life.

  • So I do actually have quite a bit of footage left that 30%.

  • And I also have some pictures and stuff that I took along the way, and I've got my myself to describe things as best as I can.

  • So I'm gonna take you on my trip to Hokkaido and to a wonderful little town called Oughta Do.

  • If you guys have never been to Qaeda or or Tony before, it's pretty easy to get to you.

  • Just take a plane from Haneda.

  • We went to new to the airport and then took a train directly to tell you it was very easy.

  • One of the easiest times I've had with getting to a place in Japan.

  • It's like not Tokyo Kyodo Hiroshima.

  • You know, it was very, very straightforward.

  • Also, before this video starts, I'm gonna mention that this trip was gifted.

  • I was blessed and lucky enough to be gifted this trip from the hotel that I stayed in.

  • So the strip was gifted by Unwind Hotel in bar or Tartar, and they are amazing.

  • I'll probably go on about the way too much in this video, but they are just very wonderful.

  • Hotel make a great state, and they have a lot of special, quirky things.

  • That aunt in a lot of hotels in Japan, there was really, really quite special and very modern and classy, so I'll show you more about them in a second.

  • So we traveled all the way to Tara, and then we had a bit of time the day to go and chill out.

  • We went and ate some food, had a little look around the town to see what was about, and then we went to the hotel.

  • Now the hotel is super nice.

  • So the hotel itself is in a very beautiful, traditional looking building.

  • But it's got a European design because today is a trading port town, and in the 19 thirties it was used as Ah, hotel, mainly or exclusively for foreigners, which sounds bad, but it was kind of a status symbol in the area.

  • So now the building itself is still the same, but the interior is very modern and very kind of luxurious.

  • Actually, it felt very luxurious, but we with that I was a little bit worried.

  • But then I looked at the prices of everything, and it's really reasonable.

  • So I was like, I like that love.

  • Good bargain, love a little steal steal The deal to the hotel room that we stayed in was super nice.

  • It was just a normal sized hotel room, and it was very classy looking with these big cuttings and all these mood living things that you could change.

  • And we'll send the bathroom and the day with very classy and nice that today had a a gold toilet paper holder, which was very fancy.

  • But the best thing for me was that the hotel room actually had a projector.

  • It was a close range projector that you could kind of move around the room on.

  • We could hook it up to our smartphones and just watch YouTube videos.

  • So we've set up the projector that was already in the hotel room.

  • Wait, what a bunch of snacks.

  • We're just gonna watch stuff and hang out.

  • It's so good doing too.

  • So that was pretty much at the day.

  • One.

  • It was pretty chill and then we went to sleep.

  • And then I still have the footage from the breakfast, which is pretty special.

  • So I'll show you that.

  • Now.

  • Breakfast just arrived, and it's kind of like a high T style breakfast.

  • It's so cute in this two of everything, because there's two of us stable the sweet stuff at the top like only ya git and scones and then Sandy's salad.

  • Oh, wow, what a combo!

  • And then I think this is American Dog, Dog Dog, Golden corn dog, corn dog leash and sit in that fancy cutlery.

  • Very nice.

  • Oh my gosh, American dogs on that.

  • That was on a stick, but it's still unlike a gold from gold that that luxury Eric says that the corn shapes very good.

  • Try this.

  • Best corn don't have it.

  • Usually the batter they use is way too sweet for me.

  • But it sounds really good.

  • Oh, man.

  • Using a spring Davis blood again, that's really that's really, really nice atmosphere level, the warm light.

  • All of these, like spherical lights everywhere, just give up, really feel salad.

  • Let's do it way like complex in the salad.

  • Is this like the new thing like, Oh, it's served in this whole Terreri.

  • Um, that's with cornflakes in salad.

  • If you think way got the last layer, I was such a good amount of feel like it's not too heavy for the day and it's getting refreshed.

  • Feel jazzed.

  • All right, so now we can go to the room, get a few final things ready, and then head out with day.

  • Yeah, So after we finish breakfast, we headed out to go and explore Tara, and that is all I have for the footage for that day.

  • I have may being like Okay, let's go out and explore.

  • And then I have all right, guys.

  • We had fun exploring, and everything in between is gone.

  • But I still have photos, so I'll do a explanation for you.

  • Now I know it's notice fun, but we can.

  • We can still enjoy it together.

  • So we went outside.

  • It was actually a beautiful, really sunny and bright day, and just the colors were so vivid.

  • So the hotel was really close to the canal in Altona at which you could take a cruise down.

  • But it was just The sun was shining off it.

  • There's all of this.

  • I'd be growing on the brick walls in the area, and it was just so beautiful.

  • There's also this area really close by.

  • That was just a group of little shops where you go get snacks and there was so brightly colored and European style as well.

  • And there was even just this little statue of this little guy holding a stick of dangle.

  • I don't know.

  • It was just such a cute little area, but there's also this really long shopping street.

  • You don't talk just it just went on forever, and there was so much to see and do.

  • That was just seafood everywhere and all these different kind of things that you could buy those modern areas like modern shopping malls and then really traditional like secondhand Japanese drink.

  • It's that you could buy.

  • It was really, really interesting.

  • But another thing that hotel jihad was gloss.

  • Gloss was really popular.

  • That so we found this particular gloss store that was just so amazing.

  • Like I've seen glass miniatures before.

  • They're very cool, but this place had anything that I could think of.

  • They had little New Year's munchies and any animal that I could think of It was just so, so cute.

  • They even had these penguins that would barely existing.

  • They were so tiny.

  • Noticed it was awesome.

  • I love that kind of stuff.

  • I love little tiny things.

  • So from the glass way, so was I ended up getting a jellyfish for the bathroom just cause it was so cool.

  • And I got a little Sheba, any dog and I got an ice cream.

  • After we had a walk down the shopping street, we found this, uh, this kind of complex with a few shops down the bottom and then one restaurant at the top.

  • So he went to the restaurant.

  • It was very nice.

  • Looked a little fancy, but I look to the prices and that was still okay.

  • So I was like, That's what I like.

  • And I went in and had a look at the menu.

  • And there's something that I've been wanting to try for ages.

  • They haven't in Turkey, but I've still never tried it.

  • It's Hokkaido Soup Curry now Al Qaeda Steph Curry is basically just a bowl of soup.

  • Curry.

  • Wow.

  • So kind of soup.

  • Curry is what it kind of sounds like.

  • It's just a big bowl of of soupy curry.

  • And they had a lot of vegetables and meat and eggs or whatever you want in it.

  • And it was It was a lot.

  • It was so big when it arrived.

  • It was like, I don't think I could finish this.

  • I couldn't finish it.

  • Sorry hook, either.

  • It was so warm and filling and delicious.

  • But I could clearly tell that you know, Al Qaeda is a place to go in the winter, usually.

  • So I'm like, this is totally a win to dish.

  • Like I could imagine eating that in the winter and just being so perfectly full fit.

  • But yeah, it was a bit hot in the summer, so I was kind of sweating a lot.

  • So after I finish the soup curry.

  • We made our way back to the hotel, but on the way we stopped those cute little colorful buildings with a little snack areas, and I got myself a melon ice cream.

  • So Qaeda's famous for a lot of things, but two of the main things.

  • Milk and melons, mainly milk.

  • Whenever I get milk in Japan, I legit calm.

  • Think of a time where it hasn't been from Al Qaeda.

  • I feel like it's always from Okay, so I'm like I'm in all Qaida.

  • I got to try the milk.

  • So there was this place that sold a Santa Beard.

  • So Santa's bids.

  • It's kind of a Hauf melon with this huge thing of ice cream coming out of it.

  • I think if you turn the ice cream upside down, it looks kind of like Santa's beard.

  • So I get it.

  • The half melon was a bit too big for me, so they also do 1/4 of a melon with some cream on top, and it was really, really good, super creamy and the melon was a very particular tastes.

  • Very sweet, but it was really good.