Kure Marine Hotel
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... prepared to teach social skills AFTER we determine there is a problem. There are some programs/schools where the social worker teaches skills proactively to all students, however, that is not the norm in the American education system. We are moving toward teaching expectations in the schools with PBIS, however, the morals education in Japan reaches beyond the classroom and are lessons the students will carry into adulthood. I would love to see a ...
... the year sign at the start of the temple area. Apparently "very bad" year for Lorry and Peter but very good for me.
Went and saw the Buddha statues and this time they were all dress with beanies! So funny!
Went into one temple and if was so serene. Had music playing, lanterns of lots of statues. So very peaceful particularly after the hectic times in Tokyo.
Wandered back to the souvenir street and a Lorry bought some toe socks as gifts, then caught ...
... of getting into a hot bath with a bunch of other men. There was just one old dude wiping his junk all over the place so it wasn't too intimidating. I just did what I had to do and actually felt very relaxed..think these type of baths are growing on to me :S. After this I headed into my capsule that was fairly roomy but god was it hot and I couldn't figure out which button turned on the air...I tried all of them so there probably wasn't one. The only ...
So today we went to Okayama where we went to see the Korakuen which we got a tram to. This garden is known to be one the three great landscapes in Japan and was built in the 1700s. It wasn't that exciting really so we didn't stay that long but we got a good view of Okayama Castle. The garden had a nice lake which had lots of koi in them, as well as a few wooden bridges which you could cross, lots of cherry blossom and a tea and rice field. After that we ...
... there was a place where you could try on a kimono. Obviously, the three of us were more than excited to do this. There was a woman there helping a girl with the dress, and then started helping Kacey to put on the kimono, so we assumed that she worked there. We were wrong, she was actually the girl's mother, but we looked confused enough that she wanted to help us out. One of the exhibits that I wish was translated into English was all of the samurai weapons and armor. ...
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