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... a few beauties too which again impressed the kids. I taught them how to say "good finish" "cross" and "1,2" so with my 'work' done for the day I said goodbye to the 100 or so students playing sport and left.
I think next Friday I'm going to bring my sports gear and play the full 3 hours with them. I had a blast today and didn't really want to leave. I hope they enjoyed it as much as i did.
Saw a fat Japanese person today too. First one in 8 months.
... where he can buy my box.
Instead of ordering in our traditional Valentine's Day Chinese food dinner, we opted to make reservations at an American restaurant. We had tried to go to Tony Roma's, which is a chain restaurant that serves ribs, seafood and steak, on Christmas Eve, but like every other place Atsuo called for us at that time, they had no availability. We made sure to have Atsuo call a few days in advance ...
... for our Christmas ham. I had already seen how much they were at one of my previous trips, so I didn't experience any sticker shock. Today everyone else was drawn to the hams because they were giving out free samples and they liked it. Then they saw how much they were and walked away. I got a 10.5 lb ham for around $50. Learning from my bus incident, where I went way out of my way because I took the wrong bus, on my way home I asked someone if the approaching bus was headed toward ...
... Japanese pears, and the list could go on and on.
I have found very few foods I disliked. Dried fish, raw horse, which is very rare to eat, and umeboshi, a very sour Japanese plum, are difficult to swallow. For anyone looking for a food challenge, I would recommend trying natto, fermented soybeans. I have never tasted something so terrible in my whole life, and people here treat it like its the best thing ever.
... can use this gift to serve others.
What a busy couple of weeks it has been. Between our trip to Sendai, the start of classes and having to go back and forth to Otaru, I am very tired. We've officially made it through our first 6 months and this past month has flown by especially fast. We have special visitors on their way, so life will continue to be exciting for the next few weeks. Then we'll batten down the hatches for winter and before we know it, it will be time to go home.
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