Shikotsuko Daiichi Hotel Suizantei
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So today was Inazumi Chugakkou's Sports Day at Maruyama athletics stadium. Before i begin as i don't think i've done an update about my new school, it's awesome. Dare i say the students are slightly better than the last school.... I mean my ninensei's are even amazing! Every class is amazing. I'm having so much fun in every lesson. I have 2 male teachers too which i've never had and teaching with them is great fun. They have good interaction with the kids and have a way of ...
Yesterday we had a nice breakfast that served a ton of different kinds of food. Anna had miso soup and rice with soy sauce on her rice (oh brother) and tofu. Then we went for a 3 hour walk around Chitose. It was really nice. Even though it is around 30 degrees outside, it is really hot when we go inside a building. I am starting to get to know some of the parents a lot better. Even though Anna has been at The International School for 9 years, I have not interacted with a lot of ...
... been stolen by the clean-up crew. Haha.
In the afternoon I set out to find a hand mixer and ended up not only finding a hand mixer but a scale and a food-processor as well. Thankfully I was at the 2nd hand shop so I got everything pretty cheap and came home to clean them up and start using them! Most of my night was spent making chocolate chip cookies. Unlike my first unsuccessful attempt a few weeks back, these actually came out!
Tuesday I decided to ...
... shut all of the windows. Wow. The girl cleaning the board took the erasers to this interesting contraption that sucks the dust from the eraser. Where was this technology when I was teaching?
Before leaving for the day we went back down to the office area and there was a woman selling juice and yogurt to the teachers, so Kazuko bought me juice and we sat and talked for a bit before I made my way back up and down the hill to get to the subway.
... City University and most are nursing students (with 1 being a design major) and they are members of the international club. They had prepared Japanese dishes and written out the ingredients in English next to each one. We also got to make some typical things like takoyaki (find out more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takoyaki) and onigiri (more info here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Onigiri). We had a great afternoon eating and talking. They enjoyed being able ...
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