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Easy day today. Kuzuko invited members from her English class and teacher over for a pot luck. The food was yummy! Mr. Hoya was here again and brought me a Coke. As you have seen on the bottles right now for the world cup it says something like "Have a drink with ( insert COMMON NAME)" Well in Japan one of the common names is Mr. Hoya's first name. So you guessed it the label had his first name on it. (HIDIE) Also I pulled ...
... I saw one of Kuzuko’s friend/neighbor there. I remember meeting her from the concert. She is actually the teacher for the flower arrangement class that I will go to on Monday 7/7/14 with Kuzuko.
After work Allyce came home with me so that we could go to an American 4th of July Party Japan style. We were invited by Natalie our interpreter from ...
... in doggy heaven with all those bubbles!
Today for dinner we (Kuzuko and myself) went with Mr. Hoya to all you can eat sushi! Conveyer belt sushi! You can pull something premade off the belt or use the tablet at your table and order something. The order then comes on a little electronic car out to your seat. It was awesome and yummy! I ate my weight in sushi. Most of the ...
Today I woke up still angry. I have had some major up and downs adjusting to things here and I'm tired of the towel I have to dry off with after a shower, it is the size of a hand towel, no joke. Wet long curly hair needs lots of fabric to dry it.
Today we went to Nabeyata ES. This school is in walking distance from my homestay and city hall. We presented about our school to 4 different groups and ...
... to Japan. It was just a bun, lettuce, big mac sauce, and a patty of shrimp. It was ok. Nothing special and it pretty much tasted like breading and big mac sauce.
After lunch we headed to Togakuski (location of our very first school and ninja maze). This time we got to go see the Giant Cedar Trees. The trees are 400+ years old, they are super tall and round. We walked up this path on a mountain for at least an hour. At the top was a shrine. ...
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