Doug, look out this window. Aren’t those the Pyramids?
You’re right, Shiho! They’re huge! And they’re so close to the city.
I can’t believe it! We’re finally going to see the pyramids. Tell me I’m not dreaming.
You’re not dreaming.
I never thought I’d actually see the pyramids with my own eyes.
We’ll be able to see the Sphinx, too!
I love you, Doug!
Love you too, Shiho. We’ll be landing soon.
I can’t wait!
Yuriko, you have a very impressive rèsumè. Almost 20 years at a leading travel agency.
Thank you, Mr. McAvoy. I enjoyed working there.
May I ask, why did you decide to leave?
Well, I thought I had done everything I could there. I wanted a new challenge.
Excellent. You’ll be a volunteer coordinator for us. I know you’ll do a great job.
I’m looking forward to meeting everyone and starting my new adventure here.
Welcome aboard, Yuriko!
Wasn’t today’s lecture interesting?
Yes, I finally understood what the professor was saying.
I guess it takes a while.
You know, Hayato, I saw an older Asian woman in his office the other day.
Really? Who was she?
Some friend he met a long time ago in Mexico.
Yeah, so what?
I think they had a relationship once. I wonder if he still likes her.
Are you jealous?
Johann, welcome back. I heard that you had a nice vacation in Japan.
Yes, it was wonderful. I want to go back again next year.
Excellent. I’d love to go to Japan someday, too. Oh, what’s in the bag?
This is for you. I found you a great T-shirt in Tokyo.
Wow, how cool! What does it say?
It’s Japanese kanji, shugyochu. I was told that it meant, “I’m in training.”
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I just went to the Zo Zoo with her.
So, you’re saying that you asked her out? I can’t believe it!
I’ve never known such a terrible guy as you! Goodbye!
Hi! Good morning.
Hi! How’s it going? By the way, I found a great Italian restaurant on the net.
I was wondering if you’d like to go there with me. Of course, everything’s on me.