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... each and made our way via akiharbara to Tokyo. Yesterday I had booked our seats on the Shinkansen to Osaka with Fuji side seats. We found our station with little trouble and Adam quickly discovered that he could buy a seafood bento box and beer from right of the station. I got a pork one with grape. Now we played the waiting game. for about 40 minutes we waited on the station in the neg 2 conditions as we had got to the station faster then we ...
... on the garden walk and found a beautiful vista overlooking a river valley. The hills were sprinkled with cherry trees glowing bright whitish pink against the lush green slopes, and with the turquoise shimmering waters of the river below, it was reminiscent of a Japanese scroll painting in appearance. We decided to walk down by the river and descended a rocky narrow path to the cobbled walkway. We strolled the rivers edge watching people paddle by in rented boats, ...
... the same position on the same table every time we went past. I'm certain the fish just sit there until they sell, or decay. That would account for the smell anyway.
We ended up bidding farewell to Kyoto without actually seeing any of it this morning. The subway station entrance is right outside of our door. The subway takes you underground to Kyoto station, and before you know it, you're out of Kyoto station, and bound for Osaka. ...
... did my make up while Mina did my hair. So much stuff, and my hair was teased (especially great to brush out at the end of the day - not!). This took about an hour and a half, so I was getting really tired sitting at the vanity and closing my eyes for Rina to put make up on me. But then it came to dressing and going upstairs to the studio, so I had to wake myself up a bit. A photographer was taking the photos, I had no idea it would be ...
... he knows next to no Japanese, so I figure if he can teach here, then so can I. There are eight classes in the second year group and forty students per class. All of these students need to be interviewed - so that's 320 students, and halving with Niall, we must each interview 160 students each. That will be a challenge! Especially as we have to grade them as well. Oh well, all part of the experience I suppose! As is the life of a high school teacher, maybe?