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... a few beauties too which again impressed the kids. I taught them how to say "good finish" "cross" and "1,2" so with my 'work' done for the day I said goodbye to the 100 or so students playing sport and left.
I think next Friday I'm going to bring my sports gear and play the full 3 hours with them. I had a blast today and didn't really want to leave. I hope they enjoyed it as much as i did.
Saw a fat Japanese person today too. First one in 8 months.
... choco, or real feeling chocolate, and the more I love him the more expensive it should have been. I knew Chris was getting muffins so he just got the same chocolate Atsuo got, since I like to pick and choose which parts of Japanese customs I comply with. When it comes time for White Day, when men are suppose to return the woman's box of chocolate with a box 3 times more expensive, we will stick to Japanese tradition and I'll ...
... no snow in the forecast before Christmas, Chris wanted to make sure we saw the lights against a somewhat white background. We even went up in the T.V. tower to get a look down on them and also enjoyed another chance to see the city at night.
Thursday morning I finally got a haircut. But don't get too exciting thinking I am going to have some great cultural exchange story, because I went to a curly-haired American instead. Alicia is one of Pamela's friends and I was lucky to ...
Last month's Hummer article on my favorite topic, FOOD!
One of the biggest differences from the United States and Japan is the food. The food here in Japan is amazing, but I will admit more than half the time I am not sure exactly what I’m eating. I have tried everything from deep-fried octopus, which is surprisingly delicious, to raw horse, which I would not recommend.
With my current ...
... and we got a flyer for their restaurant, which we will definitely be checking out. At 8 o'clock they made an announcement for last order but some vendors closed at that time. At 8:25 or so, Old Lang Syne started to play to let us know it was closing time and when people continued to sit they turned off the lights. We still stayed for a few more minutes but eventually took the hint that it was time to go.
Wednesday was morning class and Otaru tutoring in the afternoon. ...