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... learning, performing requires another, somewhat different set of muscles. Things like climbing the cable ladder several times a day (never been a big fan of these as they are hard work to climb), hanging off the riser holding the bar between tricks (I've got nice bruises on the crux of my arm) and just generally using every part of my body every single day takes some getting used to. I am greatly encouraged, however, as I can feel all but one especially ...
... outside their rooms under the awnings coming off the containers. Since I am new here and interested in being frugal I am choosing to use the communal kitchen for now. In addition to this, a couple of nights a week, Harmony and Kyla (my two female troupe-mates) take turns cooking for everyone. During my first few days here this was a huge blessing, as it saved me from another dinner of peanut butter sandwiches and cereal. Harmony made a healthy ...
So....after two days in Japan I'm starting to settle in...at least a little. We've had two practices. Dress rehearsal is tomorrow. Shows start on Saturday. Our schedule has us in this city through the middle of April. Until I'm acclimated, my part in the performances is going to be limited to one trick...which is just fine with me. It's a lot to take in and I'd rather do less and do it well than more and do it poorly. ...
... peak foliage as a backdrop, but with the clear aqua water flower underneath, it still looked pretty good even though the koyo was a bit past peak. We then crossed the street and climbed the steep steps up into Nikko National Park.
We first visited the Rinno-ji temple which unfortunately is under construction for the next 6 years. This place is incredibly huge -- in fact its Three Buddha Hall is the largest hall in Nikko. Although one of the 3 ...
... is about 15 km from downtown Takasaki. This mountain is used for a cycling hill climb race every year. Here is an excerpt of a Canadian ex-pat in Japan that competed in last year's race.
As I had started at around 5:30 AM, it was just beginning to get bright and there was very little traffic on the roads. I had planned the route the day before and uploaded it to my ...
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