Hotel Hankyu International
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As we were still a bit jet lagged, we started today at 6:00 AM by hunting down a Starbucks... but anyone that knows me is well aware that this isn't something I'd leave up to chance - which is why there was a Starbucks conveniently located in our hotel basement lobby. We were happy to find that they serve "American Waffles" and other pastries that …
... routine and wait for a comment.
3. After training on a specific event, before moving on to the next one, they all stand in a line at that event and say something together. I'm not quite sure what that is yet.
4. At the end of training they bow instead of present and then individually come up to the coaches and say "Sayonara," again waiting for eye contact and acknowledgment.
That's all for now.
... pictures of Liam and the other guys from the band playing along! It was such a laugh though and a cracking way to finish an amazing few weeks in Japan!
We have honestly loved this country so much; I only wish we could have stayed longer! It’s been one of our favourites from our entire trip and we feel as though we have only touched the surface within this couple of weeks so I am sure that at some point we will return to continue our Japanese ...
... of the Arashiyama Bamboo Forrest ( Stunning!) and of temples and Zen gardens. Their gardens are so perfect and beautiful. No rock is out of place.
After Kyoto, we headed up to Mount Kōyasan. 4 trains, 2 buses and a cable car later, we were there. We heard about this mountain top that is the birthplace of Shingon Buddhism and you can stay at temples with monks. Our temple was 1200 years old and really gorgeous. All the young monks came running towards us as ...
Wow it's already the weekend! This week has been a really fun one! On Wednesday after school with my Chinese friend, who currently lives with me, I went to the tea ceremony club where the students (all girls) get taught by 2 teachers who were wearing kimonos on how to do the actual ceremony. I personally didn't try the green tea this time from the incident in '12, with green teeth an everything. But it was interesting to watch the training process. On Thursday I had a very busy ...