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Travel Blogs from Kumagaya
... cant have cravings in Saturday, it is pleasurable time.
whatever you want. There 3 policies. 1. Eat three periods this day. 2.
dont take in far too much for every serving. 3. Have three hrs in
Breakfast bake a slice of total grain bread with grated cheese over it.
Lunch a pizza.
Dinner chocolate cake.
eating plan for chaotic people today set some regulations, such as you
have meat ...
... to make sure that yes, they're blooming, and you eat and drink and chat and drink some more and chat and go stand in line for what seems like hours to use the toilet and go back to your friends and drink and eat and keep on talking until everyone has worked up the courage to brave the crowds again and make their escape from the park.
It was a wonderful day. I can't wait to do it again next year!
... than me have, but here, newscasters and guests on news programmes will often hold up a chart instead of having the information displayed on a screen.
The picture of the weather forecast (which was taken two weeks ago; the weather is much warmer now, and today it was about 20 degrees out) is just to show you the yellow pointer which my mother found absolutely hilarious when she visited Japan. I didn't manage to get pictures of two other maps I ...
... moving fairly quickly. After determining that all was safe, I went right back to sleep.
I was at work yesterday morning when news came that the fourth reactor in Fukushima was on fire. My boss's son, who works for a foreign company, called her in a panic, saying that his company had told all foreign employees to get on the first flight home. One of my coworkers had already decided to go to the Kansai area (that's where Osaka, Kobe and Kyoto are) for ...
... decision. The hall we've rented for the occasion might decide to remain closed on Saturday.
Midway through the morning, there was a rather strong tremor, which had us all running for the door. Thankfully, it didn't last long, but we left the door open for the rest of the day (just in case, because a collapsing building doesn't care about leaving you a means of egress), and put our bags by the entrance. It turned ...