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... a sense of change either for "better" weather or the uniqueness that each season brings. Where I am from there is pretty much just one (arguably two) seasons. There is change with each season but it isn't as drastic and noticeable as with four! Either I am a really positive person or I am truly FALL-ing in love with Japan and its seasons. Summer has the warmth/heat ...
... my own dinner but I made it simple and quick. I cooked rice wrapped in nori and Parmesan mayo chicken (yes it's a somewhat Japanese meal). For me this was the longest birthday ever. Even though my birthday was ending in Japan, it was now beginning in Barbados and technically speaking it really wasn't a full year until the equivalent of 8:30 pm Barbados time (when I was born). So I continued ...
... individually and intimately as we embark on the journey of education. I will not only be teaching English but also Maths, Science, Social Studies and social skills. My class will be K1 (kindergarten 1 ages 3-4) where it all begins. Stay tuned as this new journey takes off! 次は、関西 ;アカデミӦ 0;の先生! (Next, Kansai Academy ...
... park a bit more and sampling the
e-number rich concoction known as shaved ice & syrup, we headed back to
Kyoto. Amy was craving Western food by
this stage, so we found a random Italian restaurant – she had pizza and I had
"hambuger steak", which was a sizzling platter with a burger in a sauce served
with a baked potato.
Hunger abated we jumped on a bus bound for Gion, the best
known Geisha ...
... Walk and admire. On and on towards the main temple. Deers are grazing peacefully alongside the paths or pose for pictures on them. I'm hungry, but when I'm about to buy some cookies, I see people feeding them to the animals... Finally, a street with food stalls. It starts raining and I take a break. There are not many foreign tourists amongst the thousands of people and the advertizing boards are all in Japanese. At a counter with plastic fruit ...