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... when I arrived there was a pile of extra festival gear set aside for me. Moments after I walk through the door Dad is standing in the living room getting kitted up, complete with traffic control sash and whistle. This is serious local business, ha.
To give a basic run down of what the local festival involves, the town is split into the three main areas - downtown, midtown, uptown. Each area is assigned a portable shrine (think big flashy gold ...
The waves at Shirasato are great, and the undertow is strong. I'm not a strong swimmer, so I didn't dare venture out too deep, but with my inner tube, it was great fun to try to catch the waves. A few times, I managed to ride them nearly back to shore! Other times, I'd just get flipped over and with the strong current against me, found myself floundering in a couple of inches of water, unable to get to my feet again. Fun times ...
... impatiently waited for our cell phone’s Internet pages to load with more information.
My friends and I gathered candles, flashlights, and headlamps, and went outside to figure out whatever new information we could. It was at this point when a definite panic began to set in. Cars were bumper to bumper evacuating the city. There was a stream of red brake lights in an otherwise pitch black night. No oncoming yellow headlights ...
... knees. The school nurse got a real kick out of bandaging up my scraped knee last week. I also really appreciate eating school lunch with the kids.
I’ve really grown to appreciate my interactions with the students outside of the classroom, as they seem much more willing to speak English anywhere but the classroom. This is definitely the case with my students during lunch. Although, if portion sizes weren’t enough of an issue in ...
... who don't know, I'll start with my living situation in Japan. I am living in Togane, Japan, which is in the Chiba Prefecture on the main island of Honshu
MY PLACEMENT: Togane City has been an ideal location for me thus far. It is a city of approximately 60,000 people, located 1 hour east of Tokyo by train or bus. Although the city has a decent sized population, it has a largely rural feel to it. There is ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed