Travel Blogs from Gero
... that it was full of dust since her father had made it 14 years ago. She wanted to gift it to me; it was imperfect, dusty , and the little silk screen door was damaged. She accepted my donation of $10 and then her husband gave us a tour of their humble living accommodations behind the shop. How lucky we felt to see their daughter washing dishes next to her loom where she weaves and the miniature trees and plants in their garden. I gave the owner a big kiss ...
... Hill in the Bay Area, went to college at CSU Monterey where he picked up Japanese. He now works for JET Japanese English Teachers exchange program. His tenure is two years and he has a year left. Merrill asked him if he was dating any chicks...'No'. I asked him if he was homesick..."Nope" Happy as he could be.. teaching at the local elementary school teaching students K through 8th grade. On the way to the market I barged my way into a first grade classroom of a school ...
I slept in today!!! I woke up at 8:30 and went down to breakfast. It was toast. Not ordinary toast. JAPANESE toast. One had cheese on it and the other had butter and vanilla like sprinkles. It was so good. We left the house at 10 and dropped off the kids at school except the boy. Then, we went to a shopping center! I bought some gifts for my friends, some stuff for me and then we had lunch. It was donuts and this awesome ramen stuff. My donuts ...
... so we made pizza! It was so good. Mine had corn and tomatoes. I am amazing at making pizzas by the way. You can hire me now. ��We also made sushi just like we do at home when my sister just decides out of the blue she wants sushi. It was fun. Then we had apple pie and it was made in America! ���� Today was so good. It ended in fireworks again, but I'm not complaining. Trains again tomorrow! ...
... curry rice and Liana, Carlene and I argued about Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs. The saxophones started to play and Adryan and Shaun got Quinn and Matt on their shoulders and danced around. Then, we introduced ourselves and sung songs. When we sang let it go, the saxes played with us. When we left, we went to a photo booth and took pictures. Then, we went to a karaoke place and sung songs. Finally, bed! ...
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