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... little kids. Daniel had a blast, Raelyn opted out of this event. For $3.10 you got 20 minutes of riding as many bikes as you wanted. One bike that Daniel and I rode together quickly made me realize how out of shape I really am! You stand on pegs and bounce your seat up and down to make it go. This is all quadriceps work! There were a few other two-person bikes that we rode together and a few he did on his own.
After a cold treat of ...
... three in the guesthouse. After dinner, we had an origami lesson. We made paper cranes. I had made these before as Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes is part of our grade 7 English curriculum. After the instructor left we found instructions on how to make this other pinwheel design origami piece so we tackled that. Despite folding and refolding and tons of laughing, we actually figured it out, although not before a few of the guys decided paper airplanes were just as ...
... non-reserved seats because it is cheaper and it was not too busy because it was not rush hour.
It was a heavy rain in Odawara too but we got off there and headed to Odawara castle as planned. It is only 10 minutes walk from the station so it was supposed to be a nice walk but it was an awful journey as we all got soaked. The castle is interesting place for Western people though. It is a ...
... at that time as it was being used as a perch for a dinky ferris wheel.
The local fathers apparently decided that their proud heritage deserved better so they set about rebuilding it in the 50s, post war, and the result is both gorgeous and imposing. It certainly must have served its purpose to keep the peons in their place. Coolest of all, reenactors had chosen that day to get together in full samurai armor to strut their stuff, ...
... wobbled a bit, people looked round on guard and a few pictures on the walls flapped and then it was over. Most people barely seemed to notice but it made us feel a bit weird/ill. They do have 3 "noticeable" quakes a day on average in Japan apparently but this was our first. Click here for the BBC story on it. Looks like it was 200 miles away up north, for reference we're about 20 miles south of ...
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