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... some more. And then some more. All in a hour. I think i had about 4 pints, 2 plum wines and a glass of shouchu (like vodka tasting alcohol). He said his schools nomikai (drinking party) was at 7, however he hadn't seen me in a while so wanted to take me to another bar. He paid 3/4 of the bill and we left.
I found myself in probably the smallest cocktail bar in Japan. 3 seats. That's not a typo. 3 seats. We ordered 2 martini's, shaken ...
Goodbye to using yen and carrying huge wads of cash
Goodbye to having to sort out the trash
Goodbye clear umbrellas used to see where you’re going
Goodbye to the language I leave not knowing
Goodbye to Atsuo to whom we owe so much
For showing us new restaurants, translating and such
Now it’s time to return to our state
But thank you Japan it’s been ...
... similar sounding words. The Japanese have difficulty with 'R' and 'L'. So one example is Rice and Lice. I'd write both words on the board and say one about 5 times then get them to say which word was the one I was saying. It's quite a joy seeing a look of anguish on their faces while they try to interpret what to them must sound like 2 exact same sounding words. They actually focus on this more than any other activity or grammar point I've taught haha. And when they get the correct ...
... off on my receipt was busy. There was lots of apologizing for my having to come back. Luckily, it only takes about a minute and a half from my door to their desk, so it wasn't a big deal, and they just had to interact with me a little more sweaty than I was in the morning since I went right there after runnin.
Tuesday I went to Let's Talk like I normally would when I am available but it was a little different because I was actually running it! The girl who is usually ...
... but the weather in the morning was horrible and the forecast called for more rain in the afternoon. It's also very close to the church so we didn't have to be out in the cold for long. The chocolate factory is an interesting place because it's a hodgepodge of things mixed in with a sweets factory. There are some small displays with old hot chocolate cups and fancy chocolate boxes and some information on the chocolate making process. Then you follow the hallways around and ...