Travel Blogs from Kasama
... upstairs had not been touched since the earthquake (almost a year ago), so we would stay at their house for the night and clean up the next day.
We did experience our first earthquakes in Japan. During the three weeks we were at the farm we experienced a dozen small earthquakes and tremors. Many of them were small, but a couple woke us up to the house shaking violently. We were able to capture the end of a small one on video which you can ...
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... for everything, well not really, but close enough. (And I thought it was going to be simple with just burnable and non burnable garbage...)
Then it was my speech to the class. They really are great people. I thanked them and wished them all the best etc. I also recieved a present from the school. A pilot pen (Fountain pen, but Pilot is a Japanese brand so it was more appropriate.) and a big card with a short passage ...
Second to last day at school today. There was a leaving party planned for this evening so I was writing and remember a speech in 4 periods. One was english where I couldnt write anything and 2 others were at the other part of the school. Cooking. Kinda. Sushi isnt really cooking xD. And I ended up talking with one of the students I'd been paired with for most of the time and only really made my own. He was a cool (good ...
... 2:30 and were given the option of going back to class till 4pm or going home then. Mmmm, difficult choice. So it was back to the anime shop for the however many-th time.
When at the temporary host family I had promised to come back and visit the grandmother one day after school. So I stopped off there which was nice. Got cake and souvenirs, sweeet.
After dinner was this awesome ice cream. Wafer, then chocolate and then ice cream on the inside.Mmmmmm. Mmmmmm.
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