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... do their warm up routine. Now, i don't know how to fully explain this. It's some guys voice on a track counting to 8 and involves moving and sort of stretching. One time i turned the tv on and like 80 year olds were doing. Seen a woman do it a bus stop in front of students with not a care in the world too. Was a sight to behold anyway. Soon after the races began. The first heats of the 100m sprints. This was followed by the high jump, long jump, hand ball and more sprints. ...
... and a wedge of orange, a bowl of yoghurt and a plate with two slices of toast with margarine and strawberry jam. There is orange juice, vegetable juice, milk, coffee and roasted green tea on tap. After we had eaten what we wanted of that mix we set off for a trip to see a Shinto shrine. Everyone else in the group stayed around the city centre but we negotiated our way through the metro system and went to Maruyama Park to see the Hokkaido Shrine. It was delightful walking ...
... to inform us that because of the weather and the storm that was now upon us, the ropeway would be closed. On any other day that wouldn't have been a problem but panic did set it in when she told us it could be up to two hours before it started running again. Since there was a flight to be caught, we opted instead to call for a taxi. By the time we were back at our apartment the storm had passed and the sun was out again.
Our last lunch was just some pickings ...
... room at the karaoke place and there are chairs, tables and the T.V. inside each room, whose size depends on how large your party is. You can order food through a little computer and you pick your songs from an electronic remote. I sang R-E-S-P-E-C-T and Don't Stop Believing on my own and sang In My Life with one of the guys who went. The other people sang some Japanese songs I didn't know, one man sang Ave Maria, and the young guy sang a Back Street Boys song. They were ...
... allows for him to be an international IT repairman.
Usually on Monday's I go to Super Kids Club but that didn't have a class today. I still met a fellow church member at night though so she could practice her English. Tonight I learned that gospel music is very popular in Japan as are gospel choirs. I thought the gospel choir at one of our churches was one-of-a-kind but I guess they exist other places as well. We also talked about the ...
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