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... I hope to commute to accomplish this.
This was a very good trip. We visited interesting places with different cultures and met people from several countries and many different cities. We saw and learned many new things. We ate well. We were entertained. We were coddled. We saw how others live. We tried to see why they act as they do. We attempted to see ourselves as others see us-usually a humbling and useful experience. Already thinking about the next trip.
... différents : la ligne droite, complexe, rapide, ''effrayée''... La position, la pression et la rapidité du pinceau sont autant de facteurs importants pour donner du ''sentiment'' à son kanji.
La troisième étape a été de se lancer et de commencer à écrire! On était vraiment pas aussi doué que les autres filles mais on a essayé de notre mieux!
Je sais que si j'étais restée plus longtemps j'aurais pour sûr pris plus de cours mais c'est déjà ma dernière semaine :(
... asked for and received our autographs,
and we posed for pictures with them. I
doubt they’ve ever seen hair like his, and I’m the only person in Japan with facial hair. So we were a true photo op. In front of the giant Temple we were approached by a second group. Three boys wanted to be in a picture with
us. As we posed, their entire class of
about 60 young students surrounded us, as their teachers snapped photos.
It was a ...
... by and froze for 5 minutes. Still, they had a great time on it, so it was worth it. When they got off, and both begged to go again, we weren't as accommodating. Disneyland rides are free. This stupid rollercoaster was $5 each per ride. We kept moving, and headed back in to the shopping centre for lunch.
After looking through the lunch offerings, Veronica suggested one she'd seen on a sign earlier that day (and even earlier on this trip ...
... Buddha’s nostril. It is believed that if you can fit through this hole, you are guaranteed certain enlightenment. Neither of us tried, as it would have only been an utter embarrassment! After Todai-ji, we wandered to a smaller, less tourist crowded temple/shrine, which was really beautiful. Again, we sat on a bench with the deer in the shade drinking our drinks from the vending machine (which was located right next to the temple – the vending machines really are everywhere ...