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... is so cool. I can see myself enjoying socializing with them. They shared plenty about their experiences, offered plenty help and support and extended a very friendly hand to all the new ALTs. A few of us (who were able to) stayed afterwards and had dinner together where we socialized a bit more. I know I will have some stories to tell by association with them. They will keep me active in this ...
... br> Dinner 2-3 scrambled eggs, grate some cheese in excess of them and eat with significant salad.
Late cravings Cucumbers with salt.
Breakfast a cup of milk.
Lunch Grilled meat fillet and salad.
Snack fifty grams ( 2 oz) uncooked walnuts.
Dinner Grilled fish and salad.
Late cravings a glass of milk.
freshly squeezed grapefruit juice. You can find big variance between
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... in 2009.
In the middle of the lava flows was a shrine - Kannon-ji - whose peacefulness was shattered by a bus load of local teenage lasses, full of exhuberance! Kevin and Joannie rang the bell at the shrine but the sound recording does not reflect its haunting chime.
Having missed luch, we bought a snack from a nearby stall, which was pounded rice balls, skewered and wrapped in nori seaweed.
We took the ...
... he gave us a slip of paper that would get the charge on the card cancelled when we were back in civilization.
From Nakanojou Station, we got on a bus to Shima Onsen. There were only a few other people aboard, and I chatted a bit with the elderly couple sitting behind us. When I told them where we were going, the man looked up the ryokan in his little travel brochure, before explaining to me where we should get off. Not that I'd asked, and ...