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Travel Blogs from Tsuruoka
... It tasted weird. When i got miso soup, I drank it, and started to dig around to see if there was anything else in there, and a shrimp eye stared at me. I got a little freaked out and calmly put down the bowl and ate something else.
I was then dressed in a kimono and my hair was done. I then did a "photo shoot" and posed in front of flowers. After, I gave the family my gifts and the mom helped me pack. My bag is full. Nothing else will fit.
... Quinn and waited for the rest to come. I just went on the computers and tried to publish my blogs. We talked about our weekend.
Once everyone arrived we talked about our weekend. Many of us went to the same places and saw each other there. Everyone basically did the same thing. JoAnne went to the hot springs 4 times already!
We then went on the bus and drove to the school. Liana and i compared our schools until we got there. ...
I woke up earlier today. 7:30 looked too bright to be 7:30. I thought it was 8 or 9 and I had a little panic and got up am dressed quickly. I nearly tumbled down the steep stairs and breakfast wasn't even laid out yet! I glanced up at the clock and it read 7:40. I sighed and talked with the mom. I used the computer and on the favorites bar, Jack's Facebook page was on there.
I emailed my family and tried to post my latest entries but it wasn't syncing. ...
... looked really happy because he loved Pokemon. I bet he requested to go to a store like that. When I was paying, the total was 680¥ and I started to pull out 7,000 ¥. The mom quickly stopped me and I only payed with a 1,000¥. Silly me!
We then went to a thrift store. The mom was looking for a kimono for me to wear for tomorrow. I have no idea what we are doing tomorrow.
After looking in 2, we still hadn't found one. But, I did find an adorable stuffed ...
... 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 ...