Hotel Jal City Kannai Yokohama
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... to help that child get where they are supposed to be. In the US, we say "it take's a village to raise a child," but here, they mean it. Children, parents and teachers maintain the foliage around the school. Students clean the school. They take pride in the school. They serve the lunch in the classrooms and clean up after. They eat in the class with their teachers. People take ownership in their community, are involved and work to keep it a home. Family extends ...
... us green tea flavoured panda deserts made from rice which we had glanced at before and found humorous. They were unusual but pretty tasty, though it must be said they did look a little sad about being eaten. Basically, if you look at something with any level of interest Kuichi will buy it for you regardless of any price. We learn’t you have to be pretty careful what you look at. They then left us to wander round some more shops and the pretty parks in the glorious ...
... I have already been shopping and got myself some japanese socks with the separator between the big toe so that I can wear my geisha style wooden flipflops provided in the hotel. I have also braved the communal japanese bath in the hotel, that was very weird, you have to remove ALL your clothes in one room, walk into the wet room and sit on a wooden stool naked whilst showering and washing yourself, then, once clean, get into the hottest bath tub ever Ｔｏ ...
... a vendor outside the temples - there were lots of stalls selling yakitori, dumplings (mainly with octopus in them) and a lot selling cones of ice with flavoured syrup on it (like the shave ice we’d had in Hawaii) and also selling very brightly coloured jelly - which was a favourite with the hoards of school children there - by the look of the colouring in the jelly they would all be hyperactive for at least ...
... Also 5 teenagers stood there with signs against using furs. I told them we suppot this idea, and took a photo of them. Nobody else paid atention to them
Then I stopped on Sony building, Ginza. 5th Avenue, NY. What shall I tell you - the Japaneses fought the American so firmly, and now their center looks American, more latin words then Japanese; just imagine" on 10.3.1945 Tokyo was bombed and half of it burnt. 100,000 Japanese died in 1 night - what for?!
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