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... I could barely tell it was there. But the texture was different and kinda squishy. I didn't know how to order, so Daunte had to do it for me.
The gift shop was so cute. When liana and I saw something, we would shout Kawaii and everyone would stare at us.
She and I bought a ton of stuff and I'm not even gonna tell you the finally cost. I got a ton of cool things like a dried of sea horse. It's pretty amazing.
We then went to a mountain ...
... 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!
... fished back then. It was so different. We also went into a place where they displayed samurai swords. It was closed, but the workers opened it and we got to look around. We even got a ¥100 poster for free!
Then, we went to a pet store. The dogs were adorable and Carlene was freaking out. You could pet the baby bunnies and we did. There were ferrets and chinchillas and hamsters and gerbils and beetles and fish and koi and so much more. Sadly, no Shibas. ...
... 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 ...
... met us and we introduce ourselves in the language we were learning and talked about our hobbies. Some had guitars and soccer balls and swords they showed us. One of the students was Daunte's host brother so they talked and got to know each other better. The student also had a mini computer and it was amazing. Liana and I were so fascinated by the mini keys and small screen. After that, the students taught us how to fold paper cranes and we told them ...