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Time to gi back home, it's also rainy in Takasaki, so the elder sister went to pick me up at the station.
Aujourd'hui il fait plus froid, donc j'ai besoin de nourriture chaude. La salle-de-bains est vraiment trop froide, je fais de la buée en respirant.
Aujourd'hui c'est le père qui me conduit à la gare. Je vais prendre le shinkansen jusqu'à la gare de Omiya, et ensuite prendre un train local pour aller jusque Miyahara pour rejoindre la plus ...
I have been lucky to have visitors out here, with Ann having come and Anna and Lynn coming soon, and especially lucky that both Shylo and Rhonda could come for a whole week. It sure went quickly, but that's because we were having such a great time! They arrived on a Sunday night and they adapted to the time change really fast. Even that first night, they were able to stay up and eat dinner before heading to bed.
The next day, I took them to a "national park" in ...
... Since TIU is an international school, they like to get cooking classes from students from other countries.
Before the class, I had to give the recipes to one of the members to translate into Japanese. SInce I never make enchiladas, posole, or beans with a recipe I just sort of made some stuff up. Major mistake number 1. I had this idea that I would just eyeball it as I went in there, and add more water if the chile seemed thick, or let it cook longer if ...
... the class. So, I was a little apprehensive when I went in to teach yesterday.
As it turns out I have one class, on American Weddings, with 8 students who have a very low English speaking level, and one class, on American Music, with 6 practically fluent students.
The fluent speakers come from all over the world: Syria, Hong Kong, ...
... these trees are no more than just bare deadwood looking sticks, but in spring it would be spectacular.
On our way into the park, we were given 5 tokens, one for each person, which we had to carry with us, and hand in on the way out. I'm not entirely sure why. Entry was free, and you can only get in and out via the designated gates, since the whole place is surrounded by stone walls and a moat, so why the plastic tickets? When we left, they checked ...