Hotel Sunroute Nagano
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... many of them have worked hard to penetrate our language which is equally as different to them, of course.
Last weekend we were at an assembly in Takasaki. The believers were with us from Friday evening until Monday evening. They have much to teach us in zeal, evangelism, and sacrifice for others.
Jim spoke twice on Saturday at a missions conference and then we each separately gave our testimony of how we were led into missions to ...
... quite a sight; very imposing yet strangely peaceful. We are finding everything very easy, as the people are so incredibly friendly and always happy to help even if they don't speak any English and we just say "thank you, thank you" repeatedly! I can't download any pics from my camera at our current accommodation, but will do soon :-) Hope you're all well, lots of love ...
... wild and free to roam as they please but are not scared of humans whats ever. In fact, at the beginning, I was defiantly more scared of them as they would walk by you with their fur brushing upon my skin. At the park there is a hot spring bath for the monkeys, which they use more in the winter. It was really cute to watch one baby monkey trying to teach himself how to swim. The next day we went out into the mountains to wear ...
... and family.
After returning to the hostel stocked up with liquor, we got settled into our room. Like Matsumoto, the floor was covered in Tatami mats in the traditional Japanese style. The futons were not as comfortable as our last stay but at least we had a private room. Alistair and I went downstairs to get our relax on where we talked with another hostel staff member Hikari. I noticed three Kendama (traditional ball and ...
... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...