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... s, people
wearing them and shops selling them ,so traditional at last,
and older women who wear them daily ,young ones as well, but not a sign of the
real Geisha of course…
From being slightly disappointed, the second part of the day
We had a late sailing, and the ferris wheel display of light,
like nothing we have ever seen, kept us enthralled ,the sail away was pretty
and we had a ...
... been asked to talk to someone to improve their English. “Hello my name is Akida and I live in Osaka” he chirped and out shot his hand for me to shake. The conversation was brief as I replied with a similar statement and then the teacher asked me to sign Akida's book. I think he was just expecting me to write my name but when I sat down and started to write a brief paragraph on who I was, where I was from and why I was in Japan his face lit up. We took photo's ...
... I wanted to yell "DRIFT" as we went down but opted out as I was afraid he actually would do it and I didn't want that at what ever crazy altitude that bridge was.When we got to the Shrine it was really pretty and scenic. It is one of the oldest in japan being constructed prior to 965 in the Heian period. The red arch bridge was crazy to walk on and offered a great view of traditional Japanese gardens and architecture. Opting not to disrupt ...
... in to ask for the food. They would stick their hands out just like any human would with palms up, ready to receive the food. They ate shelled peanuts whole, and devoured the apple slices. I was surprised at how human-like their eyes seemed. It was really great to be able to interact with them like that.
Exiting the observation house, we took a few minutes to enjoy the great view of Kyoto. The monkeys just came and when as we walked around the complex and ...
... themselves back to me in front of the class. I found that this is where having some Japanese knowledge came in handy, because some of the students didn't know the name of their favourite food or hobby in English, so they would just write it in Japanese. Because I could understand their Japanese, I could easily give them the English translation. The Japanese knowledge I have feels much more useful when I actually get to use it! Perhaps it makes all ...