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Things in Seattle which Hawaii doesn’t have

Hi there, I have an outsourcing agreement with Mamasan&Company from Hawaii.
If you are interested in working at home using Japanese, don’t hesitate,
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I usually work for 5-6 hours 5 days a week, but this is just my case,
it is absolutely up to you how long or how many days you work.
So, I’ve decided to have a week vacation and went to Seattle!
Don’t get me wrong, I did not forget to tell my team members
―we work as a team even most of the workers are under the outsourcing agreement―
that I was taking days off.

 

The first impression of Seattle was “IT IS VERY COLD here!!”.
You know I came from Hawaii, it was 75-80 degrees and jumped into
50-55 degrees place. I was dying!

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And here are the other things that Hawaii doesn’t have.
-Yaezakura.

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-Trader Joe’s.
It is not a Seattle thing, but Hawaiian MUST go there when we get to
the mainland.

 

-New England clam chowder.

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Is sourdough bread good? I’m not a big fan of it…but feel like I should get 

chowder with bread, not a cup.

 

 

-Fancy macaroons.

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We have a simple looking one!

 

-Train system.

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It was supposed to open partially in Hawaii in 2018, but now estimated
be completed in 2025. I haven’t seen any stations yet though. Hahaha.

 

-Paper straws.

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I assumed it is a paper straw.

 

-Starbucks original store.

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One of my friends in Seattle said it is the second shop,
not the original in fact.

 

-Amazon Go.

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I’m scared this stealing thing feeling lol.

 

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