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In his BBC Sport column, Wales center Hadleigh Parkes reveals his team-mates have taken into the naked hot springs of Japan and goes ahead to Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final against France.
I have to pinch myself that I’m playing at a World Cup quarter-final, also this Sunday’s game against France is up there with the biggest games of my career.
If we triumph in Oita we all know we’ll be planning having a chance to Yokohama.
We All know what’s at stake. We continue to Yokohama to your semi-finals and final and overcome a challenging French side – or we’ll be flying back into Wales on Monday.
You only want to keep winning and winning and there is a carrot in the end of everything. It is so exciting.
It’s great to be here at the last eight and we’re really hoping we can be there at the previous four.
As have my brother Greg and his wife Hayley, my parents, Bill and Janet, have come out to observe.
It’s mum’s birthday on Friday and when all goes well against France, I’ll have my two other brothers coming out next week, and it’ll be my parents’ 40th wedding anniversary week. So that’s more incentive to play!
It was not anything too severe, although I took a bit of a hit at the win over Uruguay for my shoulder, the shoulder good and everything appears to be okay.
Occasionally with injuries you won’t get any for ages and other times you receive a couple of unique niggles at once – such as I’ve had in the World Cup with all the cracked bone in my hand and also the shoulder – and it’s just about trying to manage them.
My body is feeling quite good and it’s only a case of making sure that I do everything to maintain the best possible shape to the game.
I said I was getting called Robocop After I had all the strapping on different parts of the body.
That started with a single remark from Ross Moriarty but, now I’ve said it in my own column, I have been getting grief from the other lads.
I am just glad they are reading them, although every now and then the lads will make a remark in my columns. It adds to the amounts!
There not much occurring compared to other, bigger cities such as Osaka, Tokyo and Kyoto. It is more of a quiet type location with holidaymakers here to its onsens.
The onsens seem to be the appeal in Oita and neighboring Beppu, where we were staying to the Fiji match.
The difference between the ones along with those springs you may see elsewhere in the world is that Japanese convention dictates that, in the majority of onsens, you have got to be nude.
The boys started off at the onsens with their shorts on, they then got down to their budgie smugglers and everyone’s in the naked.
The boys have been currently embracing it. It’s a bit different and something you’re not utilised to, but it is the culture out here. It’s the way it is completed.
Some onsens are somewhat nicer than others and also there are a few boys that are really enjoying them.
This is a Great area and we’ve had a few wins contrary to Uruguay in Kumamoto, against Fiji at Oita and around .
Now we’re back in Oita, it would be great if we could find a win in this city in Sunday’s big game against the French.
We know how hard it is going to be away from them – they’ve got some excellent people, some boys and a great deal of talent.
As a squad, you do not want to be chomping at the bit early. You can end up overhyped, then all the sudden you’re coming back and then you want to get yourself.
So it is about building well, training nicely, ticking off the boxes which you usually tick off, a couple of meetings, a couple walk-throughs and the boys can speak to each other to undergo what we want out of the coaching sessions and also to take into the game.
The start of the week is getting prepared and the close of the week is about finalising, making sure everything’s in place.
It is nice to unwind the day prior to the match. The boys watch the two Saturday quarter-finals, England-Australia along with Ireland-New Zealand, at our resort and will likely go for a coffee.
You don’t need to play with the game once you awaken on the morning of the game, that’s when you start to build and get excited.
I do not actually have a set routine on match days. I will wake up, have breakfast and after that it is only a matter of relaxing throughout the afternoon over a coffee with all the boys, or even the family if they are around.
Then we have the pre-match meal, which is pretty similar most weeks, and then I’ll have a shower, then get wrapped up at the team hotel and then we are on the bus.
It is a fair distance into the stadium from our hotel seeing as it is a 40-minute trip , when you’re on the bus, you do not need to get too hyped.
You are relaxed at the point. Driving up to the stadium’s pretty exciting and you get using all the warm-up properly into it.
It’s the game. It is always amazing to pull on that jersey, and also to perform it is going to be extra special.
Hadleigh Parkes was talking to BBC Sport Wales’ Dafydd Pritchard.
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