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Travel Blogs from Hakuba-mura
... My host family eased my nerves by busting out the trusty ol maps and showing me on paper where everything was headed. My hostdad- Gigi....is pretty funny. Everyday when the weather comes on he sprints (literally the man can MOVE) and he writes down the forecasts in a journal. My hostmom says he journals the weather everyday and also writes in a diary. So sweet.
Not to anyone`s surprise but I have also been dealing with some foreign bugs lol........Something ...
Easy day today. Kuzuko invited members from her English class and teacher over for a pot luck. The food was yummy! Mr. Hoya was here again and brought me a Coke. As you have seen on the bottles right now for the world cup it says something like "Have a drink with ( insert COMMON NAME)" Well in Japan one of the common names is Mr. Hoya's first name. So you guessed it the label had his first name on it. (HIDIE) Also I pulled ...
... other Americanized expressions without having to spend about 15 minutes trying to define a word or phrase. One particular fella stood out to me, his name was Kimberly, Kim for short. He was wearing a polka dot shirt and was explaining how he loves celebrating the 4th of July. Carolyn and I also offered to help make some of the food in the kitchen. I was deemed *meat massager*.....lol.......and was to help defrost the frozen premium ground beef to then form into over ...
... out time. They love stickers and kind of mobbed us for more. They talk loudly at you and are touching you. It can be a bit intense. We also went to a calligraphy class. We learned how to write the character for 'growth’. The second character I’ve made since being here! The other one was ‘Japan’! We stayed at school for the club activity of "Japanese ...
... to school with an assembly and a beautiful welcome card. We went to a class where we work on table/eating etiquette and how to use chopsticks. We stayed after school for one of the club activities. It was called “old time games” we played with the Kendama (played with it before and saw a demo, We also got one from the school from Monday) and then bubbles. Max would ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility