I gone out for looking for an information centre. Normally people ask how to get
somewhere at the information centre.
I walked for a while. I saw quite a huge open space. There is only big tree.
It`s spread the branches longer. Many leaves makes quality shadow area under
I saw an aborigine there. I met with local people first time except a busking
Didgeridoo player in the sightseeing spot.
I asked him the information centre. He pointed a house to me.
I saw it where locating far away.
He continued talk to me. ` You can go there from right way.`
He indicated the way with his arm.
`Or you may go there from left way.`
His rising arm drawing a circle counter clockwise this time.
And ` Otherwise you`ll go just straight ahead.`
Anyway I said `Thank you.` to him. After I start to walk, I thought.
Does he fun to me? Maybe he thought that I`m child?!
(Because Most Japanese looks younger than real age.)
Or there is such a how to say in their traditional conversation...?
If I get some aborigine friend I may solve the question soon.
But I also worried about their kind mind when they give me their authentic
meal at their welcome party.
Because I` ve heard they sometimes eat big caterpiller for their protein...
I can`t accept it... How can I explain them about ` no accept it` doesn`t same
mean` decline our friendship`.
Anybody knows the answer???