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... front to receive their prize amid much congratulations, cheers and clapping. This process repeated about fifteen times, each time amid joyful cheers and happy smiles. Most of the gifts were very nice, with the top prizes being bicycles and a neat sum of money. Jeremy was the top bowler in the male division (and apparently something else) as he received both a bike and an envelope! Kyla was third in the female division (she found out because she asked ...
... use and flavors are largely unidentifiable, at least to me. Many of the produce items look tasty but I've very little idea how they are commonly used. When it comes to the dry goods, packaged items and even pre-cooked meals, the contents are all explained, very clearly, in great detail....in Japanese! While they may look appetizing (or not) I've very little idea of what is actually inside. Occasionally there will be pictures on the back with ...
... a bit more organized than in these pictures and will continue to become more comfortable as I am able to acquire additional storage items and shelves. My impression of Japan, particularly the Japanese people, thus far is very favorable. They are very friendly and polite and try their best to be helpful, even when a language barrier is present. My next step will to become more diligent in learning the language.
... less than five for the next hour or so. After cresting this next hill, I swung down the mountain into the fertile slopes of the farm country. This next section was also amazing, kms of roads criss cross the slopes of the mountain and go through fields of rice or vegetables and little villages. After cresting Mt. Akagi, I only stopped for a drink at a much needed vending machine since I had left so early that I didn't eat the hotel breakfast. I ...
... snacks, and local products, and clumps of spider lilies growing along the streets. Crossing the Kamo River, we could already see glimpses of red between the trees, and it wasn't long before we were marvelling at the carpet of red that had overtaken everything.
It wasn't the first time I'd seen flowers so numerous they completely obscured the ground, but it was the first time I'd any that didn't lie close to ...
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