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... light show at night.
Kyoto is the ancient capital of Japan and a long history with the samurai and Shogun which kept the country isolated until the 1860s. It's also known for its geisha, or geikos, as the ladies are proudly called here. Tim was quick enough to get a picture of one during our walking tour one evening. We took another walking tour (5 hours!) through different neighbourhoods and got a ...
I dare not say it too loudly, but the temperature is cooler today. We've been out walking several times today and there's a breeze some might call cool and the humidity is just under 40 degrees. I'm loving it! Although the temps. are still high for this week, we're now hopeful. Life and moving from place to place will be so much more doable and even pleasant with lower temps.
A couple of interesting things this week... our school has ...
... with more amazing food - most all of it lamb. We haven't had much luck yet with Chinese restaurants and I'm still experimenting with different types of noodles - haven't cooked rice yet! Thanks for the slow cooker recipes.
Tim is coaching soccer now 2-3 times a week and it's still high fourties with the humidity. He's pretty much soaking from 11 till 6 on those days. He comes home with a huge salt stain down the back of ...
... the incredible Chinese red tape to
get our second visas which allow us to work here. We were warned not to make any travel plans
for the upcoming break until she made it to the final stage which was the
second visit to the police station. She took all the newbies this week – we went
Thursday after school. Big, modern
building, but no English. We’d be lost without
Stella. We took the public ...
First of all, congratulations to us for completing a full week of school! It was draining and frustrating at times, but most all teachers are feeling the same way and misery loves company. On the plus side, we're getting to know our students and they are nice kids - not much attitude, but, boy, some of them don't listen well (sound familiar?) We're both going to need to do lots of work ...