Travel Blogs from Ashikaga
All that being said, here is what has actually happened. Another standard industry practice is that, the next trick a flyer is going to put in the show is the trick used as a dismount. As such, since my arrival, my trick in the show has been the shooting star and my dismount has been a forward over. About half way through the first city Daniel decided we should try to put the forward over in the show. Problem is, he's been struggling with ...
On Friday, the weather started getting REALLY really hot. Unbearably hot. We managed a very short walk to a temple and a quick picnic at the park, but then all had to come home and take a nap. It was just impossible to be outside. That night, after my class, we ventured out again to Kawagoe and enjoyed a Yakiniku dinner. That is where you order a plate of raw meat and veggies and then cook ...
... wait too long. The sushi was excellent and the best part was that while we were there a sumo wrestler came in to eat. He had to really squeeze to fit in but it was fun to eat next to him. After the market, we walked around a bit more but then I had to head back to go teach, so Rhonda and Shylo went on to visit an Onsen (public bath house) and do some shopping. They came back later that night completely wiped out, but happy about their day.
More in the next ...
... the pictures I've included in this post were taken during my rides. There is so much beauty here. I feel blessed to be seeing so much of it and excited to share some of the images with you.
Flying wise, I'm making steady headway along the path to my goals. Progress is slower than I would like (the story of my life as an impatient Aries), but I am assured by Daniel that in fact my progress is marching along at a very reasonable pace. ...
... This is a subject I"m comfortable talking about, so that part was easy, but doing it in the most basic English I can think of is exhausting. It seems like every word needs to be considered or explained. But, overall it went well.
Anyway, this blog is really about my adventures cooking NM food with a group of 25 Japanese folks. They are part of the Salem/Kawagoe friendship society and regularly attend lectures or workshops that are offered as part of ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Wakasa Ashikaga
Other places to stay in Ashikaga
1-2688-1 Tori, Ashikaga | 3 star hotelfrom $86
4254-1 Minamicho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $51
2460 Horigome-cho, Ashikaga | 3 star hotelfrom $85
3-8-5 Ise-cho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $38
634 Tanakacho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $47
281-12 Kariyadocho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $48
56-5 Imafukucho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $44