Travel Blogs from Gujo
... that it was full of dust since her father had made it 14 years ago. She wanted to gift it to me; it was imperfect, dusty , and the little silk screen door was damaged. She accepted my donation of $10 and then her husband gave us a tour of their humble living accommodations behind the shop. How lucky we felt to see their daughter washing dishes next to her loom where she weaves and the miniature trees and plants in their garden. I gave the owner a big kiss ...
... past and taught the kids to count to 100 by tens. They loved it. I did a similar thing in the Castle gardens in Kanazawa when I spotted a class of 25 eight year olds on a field trip, but they were a quicker bunch and I had to also teach them to count by fives to one hundred too. Their Japanese teachers were grinning and helping the loud chant along nicely. All this learning in the middle of a road!! so fun! Merrill introduced me as someone who 'Used to Teach' I ...
... we took pictures of our C.C lemons. Our pictures could be in ads they were that good.
Then, we drove back and were met with lunch. We sat at a big table and there were plates and plates and plates. I thought we were in Beauty and the Beast! Then, we got soba and fried rice and I got 2 helpings of soba. Miles got 3! We were all stuffed and then they gave us dessert. It was jello with fruits and I couldn't eat all of it.
... many of them for 3 years, and then they disappear and no one can find them for 20 years. We then drove down and looked in the actual village. Liana and I got ice cream and looked in the shops. We took a ton of pictures. To get in then village, you have to cross a bridge suspended in the air. Liana and i got excited about it, but it was concrete and barely shook. When we were waiting for everyone to arrive, ...
... good! On the train, I read a lot and waited for the next station. When we got there, liana and I were talking nervously about our host families. We don't know about them and are kinda scared.
We drove to city hall where we waited for the families. My host family has six people and one bunny. When I got to the house, I put my stuff down and the oldest daughter and i walked to her harp ...
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