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... on their lunch hour, in suits, dresses and heels hiking up a mountain to see a shrine is quite an experience. It is amazing how different our countries are. Japanese people move all the time, even hiking in suits and we complain about having to walk to the fridge!!! It opens your eyes to how lazy we have become. Finally, today was the day that most of the students finally broke. They got to the complaining point of ...
**Warning, this is going to be a long story!
This last week we sat through a 5 day orientation called AOB. Area Orientation Brief is required for all adults coming to live here. This was from 8am-4pm. The kids had to go to "camp" (aka Daycare). The first two days were people from various facilities and organizations around the base telling us what they do and what all is available around here, rules of the base, etc.
A quick entry in the blog to close out the morning that was spent in Kamakura. After I woke up. I was the first person to do so, as I'd jumped into bed relatively early the night before. I started packing while trying to be as quiet as a mouse as the other men slept just a few feet away from me on the floor. After waking Mark up and showering, I was ready to head out and get on with the day as our ...
... women dress very quirky and have cutesy accessories.
6. Many people wear face/bacterial masks.
7. There are alot of businessmen everywhere especially on the metro (at all hours of the day and night). All have fitted suits and computer bags.
8. People always have their heads buried in some form of technology. They also seem reserved so not very smiley (Not to be mistaken for rudeness as the Japanese are lovely)
9. It felt like the safest place we have ever traveled ...
... which seemed to be the most popular place in town to get married on 9/9. A very lovely walk through large, old trees.
Very, very slowly made our way through the crush of people on Takeshita-dori in Harajuku. Stopped at a Loli store called Body Line. Thousands of dresses, rococo in their ruffles, ribbons, laces, layers.
Walked around Omotesando.