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... the steps. It was pretty high up. It was my brilliant idea for me and liana to take jumpy photos, so then everyone wanted to do it. Ours were pretty good. JoAnne then got the other girls involved.
Then, we went to an elementary school, where the students were cleaning the school. We were greeted and brought tea which everyone drank and loved. When the students were done, we went to the gym and were taught calligraphy. When I first entered, this little boy ...
... and I bought a rice ball. I was so hungry.
When we finally arrived at the International Center, everyone was already there. We were late, but it didn't matter too much. No host families were there yet. Lainie and I convinced Jack to show us his 6 pack later.
When my host mom picked me up, we went home and had salmon, rice and a weird soup with a bunch of veggies,
Tomorrow, we go to the beach!
... like there wasn't anything in there....
After, I went back upstairs and finished The Cellar. It was amazing! The ending was such a cliff hanger I have to wait until I get internet to get the next one! I then cleaned my room. It looked like a tornado swept through it. That's not normally how I am. I don't even know what happened. I then went downstairs and was given jello but in the form of milk. It was good, but different at the same time.
... YIA students! We then talked until dinner was ready. We got amazing curry and we ate with the lady who spoke Arabic and her husband and son and Carlene's family. They all talked in Japanese while we talked in English.
After we talked some more until Carlene left. Then, the mom came and showed me her wedding kimono. It was red with cranes and was very heavy. I began to clean my room, but I got tired and remembered this blog so I did that.
... and took off our outdoor shoes and put on our indoor ones.
The schools were spotless. They were immaculate and huge. It was like a campus. We first walked to a classroom specifically for us and we all sat down. The Japanese students introduced themselves in English and it was really well. They still had a strong accent and they stumbled over words but other than that, it was pretty good.
We then got a tour of the school and walked around the whole ...