Sado Futatsugame View Hotel
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... like everyone else. Liana had to follow me around because I couldn't understand what she was telling me. After a game, we went outside. They have zip lines and a huge slide. I wish I went there!
When we left, we went to the International Center and waited for our host families to pick us up. When the mom did, we went to a store to buy ingredients for dinner. For dinner, we had sashimi. It's just raw fish. I had the egg one and made my own with rice,nori ...
... goodbye and a killer bee landed on my jacket. Adryan shook it off and I ran away disturbing our picture. He said it was huge and different. Hmmm...?
But anyway, on the way back, Liana and I were talking about different slang and how you can't really explain some of them. Between the 2 of us, we know quite a bit. We also talked about how much our generation says like. We listened to other peoples conversations and Quinn said it 3 times ...
... there for quite a while and then left.
We went to Carlene's house where we ate there. There was chicken in the fried rice so I got spinach and plain rice. It was yummy and I tried kimche for the first time. I do not like it. Then,we went upstairs and talked more until it was time to go. The lady who speaks Arabic was there too with her husband and son. The mom was holding the baby and when she tried to give him back to the lady, he would cry, so ...
... is soooooo cute. KAWAII!!
We then went home where I relaxed and watched tv. The mom said that Carlene was going to come over so I went to go clean my room. I didn't get far when I heard greetings and I ram downstairs. My room was a disaster! I talked with her about her day. She went in the hot springs and said it wasn't that bad. She also said she say JoAnne leave when she was going in. Perfect timing! She also went to the store and arcade. It was very popular ...
... and took off our outdoor shoes and put on our indoor ones.
The schools were spotless. They were immaculate and huge. It was like a campus. We first walked to a classroom specifically for us and we all sat down. The Japanese students introduced themselves in English and it was really well. They still had a strong accent and they stumbled over words but other than that, it was pretty good.
We then got a tour of the school and walked around the whole ...