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... in, so when you move you have to notice the ward in your old neighboorhood and get at new insurance in your new neighboorhood. But yes, this means I have to go through a week of being uninsured... Maybe not the best of systems. After this, I left for Ueno to join Andreas and Joel in a trip to the National Museum of Tokyo (and I hit my head on the way - irony of fate as we say ...
... making kits and accessories for the girls then we split up so Anna can explore on her own. Lily and Amy continue their shared travels over some super creamy ice creams and through more charming stores.
The 100 Yen store loads up our souvenir bin with more goodies including erasers for Lily.
We all meet up at the McDonalds and snap some classic photos at the top of the street then walk back for Italian lunch. Once more, ordering plain spaghetti ...
... turned out to be a well designed and very internationally oriented museum. It has informative panels about the history, traditions and the different styles of bonsai. And for those who wanted to learn even more, there was a high quality English audio guide. But of course it was all about the bonsai themselves and the museum truly treated it as art. Each tree had its own stage, the ones inside were carefully illuminated by spot lights and just like a ...
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... three students, but only one had shown up -- maybe the others had got caught in the rain and decided not to come. We were sitting at the table, doing drills to practice the difference between, "This is a clock," and "That is a door," when we felt the building start to shake slightly. My student and I looked at each other, then around the classroom to see what was moving. The shaking got stronger -- at this very ...