Kitahiroshima Classe Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... of beer and crackers and cheese. We had only 20 minutes to drink our beers so we all were kind of feeling it afterwards. They had a gift shop and of course we had to look around. The tour was free but we did have to pay subway, train and taxi fare. It was fun. After the brewery we went back into the city to Susukino so we could hop on the streetcar and take that to Mt. Moiwa ropeway. On the streetcar you get on at one door but then you ...
... expect it to get worse the longer I stay.
My first family is the Ogawa family. I call my host father Grandpa and my host mother "Okasan", mother in Japanese. They remind me very much of my grandparents on my dad's side. They are super friendly and really fun! We talk in Japanglish for hours each day, creating fun inside jokes from the daily misunderstandings. They laugh at my accent while they teach me ...
... so i just joined in with a monotonous voice and they encouraged me further so i got louder and they were like "Yes, yes yes!" haha. In the end i went upstairs to change, came back down and the basketball guys and volleyball girls were all sitting down getting water. I said "See you tomorrow" and "Mata ashita" and as one about 50 kids shouted back "See you tomorrow Mr Dec!". I've only been a teacher for a week and a half but man that's what it's all about.
... in most of the buildings who were doing things like making traditional sugar sweets, repairing tatami mats, and performing a traditional tea ceremony. Our tour guide would always greet the other volunteers and then tell them we were American. He even got us special treatment at the tea ceremony where it looked like we got to butt-in line, which we think might have upset a few other tourists who were already waiting. Hey, it pays to know the right people. We also saw ...
Sunday we started out of the house earlier than usual to get to our race, which means we also started out the morning being trespassers because the shortcut to the subway wasn't open but the little grassy area between the building and the soccer field with the No Trespassing sign was! Shhhhhh.
Once we got to the race area I went inside to drop off my bag but that meant that I had to stop and take off my shoes to enter. Darn, and they were already race-ready, tripled-tied ...