Daiwa Roynet Hotel Mito
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... been to Odaiba twice before with Shigeki. On our previous visit, Norzin and Shigeki had taken us to one of the restaurants there overlooking the water. There was a fake Statue of Liberty there. We could now tell people that we had diverted the course and went to New York as well.
From Odaiba, we took a long monorail ride back to Shinagawa. All in all, it had been a pretty long day. We didn't return to the hotel till 5.30pm.
Final preps done and just relaxing today. Marc giving his last seminar. They are giving us a goodbye party this evening and heading home tomorrow. What a summer it has been and life changing too. I am now a Chiari Brain Surgery survivor, my year anniversary is tomorrow. I did it!!!!! Yeah. If I can conquer this I can conquer ANYTHING!!! Thank you Japan for giving me guidance, strength, courage, kindness and so much more. You will always have a special place in my ...
Yoko and her husband who have become close friends with us this summer picked us up early for day trip to Tokyo to see the sights and meet our dear friend Kazu's daughters (which we have not seen in 16 years.) During the train ride we talked a lot to our new friends as well as our last look at Japan. The Summer went so fast. I was getting emotional looking at the landscape ...
Making last minute preps for trip home. Organizing, laundry, extra food, etc. We are going to Tokyo tomorrow to Art Museum which has antiques and artifacts from region. We are also meeting with our dear friend Kazu's two daughters which we have not seen in 16 eyars. Last time we saw them they were in their teens and now beautiful young women. We can't wait to see them. I went to 7 eleven for my favorite, Sushi (I will definately miss the Sushi!!) The bugs on the trees make a noise ...
... succeeded. I dabbled in the reading of a novel, wrote a sporadic diary in Japanese, and watched HOURS upon HOURS of Japanese TV shows. I spent a lot of time with my old host family, where we chatted and watched even more television. I branched out and joined the Uni sign language club (Japanese sign language of course), in the hope that it would enable me to make some local friends.
And then I think I hit some kind of wall. It's a bit hard to pinpoint what exactly ...