Go mbeannaí Dia daoibh or Kon’nichiwa as they are saying within the Land of the Rising Solar, welcome to the Bluffer’s Information to Irish.
The Bluffer is hoping to go to an tSeapáin – Japan subsequent 12 months and so d’amharc sé ar fhíseáin YouTube – he watched some youtube movies to get an concept of what to anticipate.
His favorite was 50 MUST know JAPAN Journey Suggestions – caoga leid agus tú ag taisteal sa tSeapáin is a non-literal translation – and it gave him a flavour of what it will be like holidaying in a rustic that appears so completely different to our personal.
It was made by Christian le Blanc who stop his job to journey the world. Good.
So listed below are a few of Christian’s ideas that the Bluffer famous:
The very first thing he says is that the Japanese are measúil – respectful, dícheallach – hard-working and lách – type. They are going to exit of their means that will help you discover what you might be searching for though they’re a really shy, non-public individuals.
This, in fact, is what the Bluffer knew already and he had an inkling about one thing else – is breá leis na Seapánaigh a bheith ag ól – the Japanese love consuming!
Consuming cans of beer whereas strolling the streets isn’t unlawful and you should buy booze at many retailers.
So, to interact in native tradition, he intends to spend a number of time in karaoke bars singing Gleanntáin Ghlas Gaoth Dobhair whereas necking glasses of sake!
It is usually well-known that the Japanese nice rule-followers.
Cloíonn siad le gach riail – they submit to each rule, it doesn’t matter what.
On a protracted, lengthy, empty highway at midnight, Christian noticed a lady ready patiently at na solais tráchta – site visitors lights. When he crossed over earlier than the lights modified, thug sí amharc fiata air – she gave him a unclean look.
(The identical factor occurred to the Bluffer in Berlin so it’s not simply the Japanese who’re rules-based!)
The Nipponese are additionally very tidy. Is dream iontach néata iad – they’re a really tidy individuals though Christian discovered it very exhausting to discover a garbage bin even within the huge cities which is bizarre as a result of a variety of the locals purchase meals from siopaí áise – comfort shops which supply good meals and is way cheaper than consuming in eating places.
This brings us to a different trace – if you find yourself paying for stuff bí cinnte go bhfuil airgead tirim leat – be sure you have money with you as a result of even massive lodges don’t recognise cártaí creidmheasa – bank cards.
If you’re fearful about carrying a variety of dosh (yen) about with you, Christian additionally says that Japan is ar na tíortha is sábháilte – one of many most secure international locations he has ever been in.
Amongst the opposite issues the Bluffer will keep in mind if he does determine to move for a kabuki bathtub, a stroll across the cherry blossom timber, journey on the Bullet prepare to Horishima or Nagasaki are: taxis are very costly, smoking is widespread, lodge rooms are tiny, queues are all over the place and the bogs play music to you.
Sounds prefer it’s going to be class!
an tSeapáin (un chapaan) – Japan
d’amharc sé ar fhíseáin youtube – (darkish shay er eeshaan youtube) – he watched some youtube movies
caoga leid agus tú ag taisteal sa tSeapáin (cayga ledge agus too eg tashtal sa chapaan) – 50 hints whereas travelling in Japan
measúil (massooil) – respectful
dícheallach (jeehalakh) – hard-working
lách (laykh) – type
is breá leis na Seapánaigh a bheith ag ól (is bra lesh na shapaanee a vay eg axe) – the Japanese love consuming
Cloíonn siad le gach riail (cleean shade le gakh reeal) – they obey each rule
na solais tráchta (ne soleesh trakhta) – site visitors lights
thug sí amharc fiata air (hug shee awerk feeata er) – she gave him a unclean look
Is dream iontach néata iad (is jream eentakh nayta help) – they’re a really tidy individuals
siopaí áise (shupee aasha) – comfort shops
bí cinnte go bhfuil airgead tirim leat (bee kintcha gaw wil aragid chirim lat) – be sure you have money with you
cártaí creidmheasa (caartee credgevasa) – bank cards
ar na tíortha is sábháilte (er ne cheerha is saowaaltcha) among the many most secure international locations