Keisei Hotel

1 Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-4352, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tsukuba

Settling into a daily routine

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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... muscle starting to settle in nicely. I'm not nearly as sore this week as I was last week. I recently inquired of a team mate if I should expect to have pain somewhere in my body for the next year. The answer was simple: "Yeah, pretty much. But don't worry, it won't always be in the same place. It'll move around". Well thank heavens for that. Now at least I know. Much of my work in the air has been refining details of my swing and my tricks. It's ...

How to eat like the Japanese

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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So as it turns out, my next adventure has been one of learning to feed myself healthy and tasty meals.

First let me explain the cooking situation here. There is a communal kitchen which is equipped with a stove and a cold water only sink. This is available for me to use whenever I like but I must provide all my own food, cooking and cleaning supplies (and hot wash water). Because you have to walk to get to it, most people set up ...

Day 2. The jet lag is beginning to fade.

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane

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... a bit more organized than in these pictures and will continue to become more comfortable as I am able to acquire additional storage items and shelves. My impression of Japan, particularly the Japanese people, thus far is very favorable. They are very friendly and polite and try their best to be helpful, even when a language barrier is present. My next step will to become more diligent in learning the language.
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Mid-year exchange ramblings

A travel blog entry by erinscott

... succeeded. I dabbled in the reading of a novel, wrote a sporadic diary in Japanese, and watched HOURS upon HOURS of Japanese TV shows. I spent a lot of time with my old host family, where we chatted and watched even more television. I branched out and joined the Uni sign language club (Japanese sign language of course), in the hope that it would enable me to make some local friends.

And then I think I hit some kind of wall. It's a bit hard to pinpoint what exactly ...

Almost 8 months after I arrived in Japan...

A travel blog entry by erinscott

... figure it'd be good for me as a way to debrief, haha).

So anyway, here goes...

Almost 8 months in Japan. I struggle to comprehend that I've been here for that long. When I first arrived I was running on all cylinders frantically trying to get practical things sorted - furniture, phone, bank account, class enrolment, taste testing everything that Japanese convenience stores have to offer (which is a lot, incidentally lol). I also embarked on ...

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This hotel, located in the Tsukubasan Onsen area of Tsukuba, is near Ibaraki Flower Park.
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