Sakata Green Hotel
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... It tasted weird. When i got miso soup, I drank it, and started to dig around to see if there was anything else in there, and a shrimp eye stared at me. I got a little freaked out and calmly put down the bowl and ate something else.
I was then dressed in a kimono and my hair was done. I then did a "photo shoot" and posed in front of flowers. After, I gave the family my gifts and the mom helped me pack. My bag is full. Nothing else will fit.
... and I bought a rice ball. I was so hungry.
When we finally arrived at the International Center, everyone was already there. We were late, but it didn't matter too much. No host families were there yet. Lainie and I convinced Jack to show us his 6 pack later.
When my host mom picked me up, we went home and had salmon, rice and a weird soup with a bunch of veggies,
Tomorrow, we go to the beach!
... didn't have internet so i will have to wait to post the next couple of days. (Sorry).
I had an amazing meal. I was scrambled egg cooked over a rice ball and then a rice ball on the side. Next to that was a hedgehog rice ball!!!! I don't even think she knows I like hedgehogs! I also had miso soup but it had clams in it instead of tofu and seaweed. I didn't know how to take out the clam so I didn't drink all the soup. I left the broth cover the clams so ...
... looked really happy because he loved Pokemon. I bet he requested to go to a store like that. When I was paying, the total was 680¥ and I started to pull out 7,000 ¥. The mom quickly stopped me and I only payed with a 1,000¥. Silly me!
We then went to a thrift store. The mom was looking for a kimono for me to wear for tomorrow. I have no idea what we are doing tomorrow.
After looking in 2, we still hadn't found one. But, I did find an adorable stuffed ...
... to hold the guns and the swords. The guns were really heavy. The museum person asked Haakon if he was a boy or a girl due to his "Justin Beiber" look. Everyone laughed.
I then bought a good luck charm and a paper that tells my fortune. It was all in Japanese so I couldn't read it.
We all the went back to the International a Center where we practiced our presentation and songs for the host families (Eye of the Tiger and Let it Go). We then played a ...