Travel Blogs from Ashikaga
... work and feels a little frustrating right now. I was looking forward to working on bigger things. I know, however, that "the devil is in the details" and that building a solid foundation will allow for a higher level of flying than I would reach without it. Thankfully I have been making the changes with relative ease and am currently working on committing them to muscle memory. First walk, then run and then fly, really high!
When I'm not ...
... warmed me to my toes and Kyla made a spicy and wholesome curry that gave me energy for the three shows of the following day.
Let it be said that generally speaking I fancy myself to be a pretty decent cook. It is clear to me, however, that during my stay here I am going to have to learn through trial and error. While there are some familiar foods, for the most part they are imported and therefore very expensive. As for the rest, ...
So....after two days in Japan I'm starting to settle in...at least a little. We've had two practices. Dress rehearsal is tomorrow. Shows start on Saturday. Our schedule has us in this city through the middle of April. Until I'm acclimated, my part in the performances is going to be limited to one trick...which is just fine with me. It's a lot to take in and I'd rather do less and do it well than more and do it poorly. ...
... of "feels like 34 due to the humidity.") Leaving the farm country, I was now desperate for lunch and came across a Coco's which is like Denny's or Swiss Chalet. I had a quite good Hamburger steak and the unlimited refreshment bar which fueled my final 20 km back into downtown Takasaki. After lunch, it felt like I had another gear and I hammered back to the hotel along a main road and kept up with the same bunch of cars as we hit various ...
... to the Seibu-Ikebukuro Line at Tokorozawa, where I met up with Kira; and finally hopping onto the Seibu-Chichibu Line at Hanno, from which it's only two stops to Koma. All this took just a little over an hour.
As with all festivals that are held in places that otherwise don't get much traffic, we knew the crowd wouldn't lead us astray, so we followed it past vendors who had set up little stalls ...
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