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I'm definitely missing aikido and wishing I'd brought my dogi while on vacation. I thought I wouldn't really have the chance to train but as it turned out I did have the time to pay a visit to a nearby dojo to watch a class and it was a good class. I learned a lot just by watching and would have learned even more had I troubled myself to lug my dogi and got permission to train!