Aberfan: The Mistake that Cost a Village its Children - Embed from Getty Images Down in Pantglas Junior School the lights began to flicker and sway; an ominous roar like “a jet plane screaming low over the sc...
Sunday, 5 October 2008
Most urban dwellers are used to the sight of vending machines on their streets and have become accustomed to buying drinks, newspapers and cigarettes from them. However, in Japan, this form of selling has been taken to its, possibly illogical extreme. Take a look in to the strange world of the Japanese vending machine.
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Written by RJ Evans