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... community. Teachers...wow...teachers earn their pay!!! Teachers here do not have plan time, summers off or extended vacations. The schools we visited did not have air conditioning. They had very minimal technology and in fact are not allowed to bring outside devices in for fear of viruses, even USB's. There was no wireless connection. AND...teachers thru grade 3 taught all specials (music, art and PE) and had lunch with their students, again creating that strong ...
... scenery, she asked us if it reminded us of home and we told her not at all. It is crazy how mountains can look so different from country to country. Steve said that he has noticed this in SEA as well, I guess I will see soon also! The roads were super twisty and turny, not to mention skinny which made Aya car sick. Near the top she felt the baby kick for the first time, I guess it didn’t like the twisty roads either. Luckily we made it to ...
... the epic day before, we couldn’t stay out for long and we went back to their house where Tim earned himself a little job helping Maretha transcript for some medical lecture videos.
Wednesday came... Disneyland!!! Possibly the most exciting day of the whole trip! It was Tim’s very first time in Disneyland and for Nomie it flooded back all those happy memories of the one in Paris. We were very fortunate to have two lovely tour guides for the day; Mariko (Tims cousin) ...
We had another lovely morning here in Tokyo. Quick shower and breakfast was all we needed.
At the metro station we bought day metro ticket as our plan was to see as many places as possible and that could be possible only if we use metro as much as we can. There are also few private lines which we avoided in our plan as our day ticket was not valid on those lines. Or plan included places like Ginza, Roppongi, ...
... explored the Japanese version of a ghost house where we had to carry around a big plastic creature with a human head and crab body to unlock various secrets within.
I’m really grateful to these lovely girls who shared with me their many insights into expat life in Japan For more on the curious features of Japanese life through the eyes of an expat, you can check out Tam's amusing blog at tamdoesjapan.wordpress.com.