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... None the less, just to be able to say we have eaten at a Japanese MacDonalds, we did take the students there on our second last night in Japan. Funny enough it was one of our most expensive meals while here. We have eaten incredibly cheaply with our best deal being an obentoo box for 500 Yen - about $5. This included crumbed pork, chicken or seafood, lettuce salad, noodle salad, egg, pickled vegetables, rice and miso soup. Bargain!!
... speculated that the gas canisters were left in the trash bins). As a result, the city actually got cleaner and people tend to take trash home with them at night. Also, the city saved money because they no longer have to hire people to take out the trash, or dispose of trash. The only trash cans you’ll see are in front of convenience stores.
7) It’s quiet and peaceful. People rarely ...
... grove and eventually found another well known garden of an old residence belonging to a popular samurai movie star. This one offered Tea along with the ticket, so we took a beautiful stroll through the garden, before have Macha Tea and a cake cookie, fitting of my birthday cake. We sat and enjoyed our tea in the Japanese tea house shelter with snowing petals whirling by the open sliding panels behind us.
After tea we opted to head down to a view point that ...
... from what we could tell, the next train we needed to take us to Universal City.
We all ran from one train, and jumped on the other. What worried me initially was that nobody else did the same thing. Secondly the train we got on was almost empty, which in itself is unusual. Then Veronica said "Is this actually the right train?!". With this, I stepped off the train to read the illuminated sign on the side of the train carriage. ...
Today was a very tiring day! I thought that the weekend would be a good time to relax, but of course there are too many sights to see. This morning my host father made breakfast, and my host mother explained that he only cooks about twice a year so this was a special occasion. My host father is into tricks and magic, so this morning he tried to teach me how to juggle. I eventually got the hang of it, after slipping on the wooden floor in my socks ...