Crab Island Hot Spring Village Resort
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... the most beautiful part, but of course there was more. All of the sudden we walked through an entrance gate thing and through the trees you could see the glimmer of water. And then there was a lake. I had no idea where it had come from but it was stunning and overlooked so much of the city. Don't worry, I took tons of pictures.
Day 7 we waited until 3:30 to do activities. Keep in mind that it's been 100 here basically the whole week which is 10-15 degrees warmer ...
... got to class, The French-Lebanese guy John said that he missed it when I say the word fabulous. I flipped my scarf and shouted, "I live my life fabulously." John and Olivia were laughing hard. Then Olivia said that I was the most quotable person ever. I yelled, "Liar!" at her.
Our professor came a few minutes late. That made me irritated because I wanted to get the exam over with. The midterm was not bad. No matter what, I am proud of myself.
... before it rained) because someone died while going down the slide due to a heart attack. Paul says "well it must be really cool then!" and wants to ride it even more – but really, it probably had nothing to do with the slide.
We were really bummed, but oh well, we’re big kids. We walked down.
Back at the bus station, we experienced non-civility like no other. There was ...
... her little legs might not get her all the way back. The steps are very tall and some sections were extremely steep. She did great and we made it back to our group with time to spare. Going to and from the parking lot to the cable car, you get mobbed (literally) by street vendors, all selling the same nick nacks and each one more relentless than the next. It was quite the scene.
On our way back into the ...
... starting prices and the price you end up paying after all the haggling is crazy!!!! For instance there are silk duvet inners that when we showed interest the price was 1850yen. After saying we arent interested and walking out of the shop with her running after us begging us to buy it at 285yen. By now I am in hysterics and we bump into an American family who are also laughing as there is a shop keeper pulling the husband by his T-shirt wanting him to buy a red ...
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