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... so many different types of jellyfish. Some even flashed rainbow! Some were huge, while others were barely smaller than your finger. Liana and I stuck together through out the journey. Everyone else kept abandoning each other.
After we saw the sea lion do a show, we got ice cream. Haha you're probably thinking, why ice cream? Why not try something a little more exotic? Well my friends, I had strawberry ice cream with fried jellyfish on top! The jellyfish tasted ...
... Quinn and waited for the rest to come. I just went on the computers and tried to publish my blogs. We talked about our weekend.
Once everyone arrived we talked about our weekend. Many of us went to the same places and saw each other there. Everyone basically did the same thing. JoAnne went to the hot springs 4 times already!
We then went on the bus and drove to the school. Liana and i compared our schools until we got there. ...
... there for quite a while and then left.
We went to Carlene's house where we ate there. There was chicken in the fried rice so I got spinach and plain rice. It was yummy and I tried kimche for the first time. I do not like it. Then,we went upstairs and talked more until it was time to go. The lady who speaks Arabic was there too with her husband and son. The mom was holding the baby and when she tried to give him back to the lady, he would cry, so ...
I'm used to the time change! I was woken up at 8 by the mom and was taken down to am amazing breakfast. It consisted of bread and cheese, jello with blueberries and bananas, egg and tomatoes and then a donut. It had a chocolate and strawberry spread with fruit in the middle. The box it came in was called a burger so I'm guessing they don't know what an American burger is.... I watched the highlights of Spain's game and they lost 5-1! I was so mad. Spain is my ...
... it was like to live in Colorado. Ted had to come around and help explain words they didn't know.
Then, we went to the gym and were told that the wrestlers come for many hours and wrestle. They are very dedicated and the "mats smelled of sweat and determination." Once again, we walked through the students passing period and they all smiled and giggled, saying "Kawaii" over and over and over again (Kawaii means cute). It was really funny and all the girls ...