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... like everyone else. Liana had to follow me around because I couldn't understand what she was telling me. After a game, we went outside. They have zip lines and a huge slide. I wish I went there!
When we left, we went to the International Center and waited for our host families to pick us up. When the mom did, we went to a store to buy ingredients for dinner. For dinner, we had sashimi. It's just raw fish. I had the egg one and made my own with rice,nori ...
Ugh I woke up at 4:15 am. It was soooo bright outside. Luckily, I managed to go back to sleep. I was awoken at 7:15 by the mom and I got up and ready. Today, I had tomatoes and that's all I could recognize. It was amazing though. She cooks really well. Today while we were driving, she went 80km per hour and I saw a cop car for the first time. They don't really look that much different.
I was dropped off at the International Center at ...
... mom had to try many different ways to give him back. But the kid is really smart. The dad would draw a letter and the baby would make the sound. He's not even two!! He would walk around a pole in their house, trying to catch his shadow.
When we left it was 9:00. My host parents went to a conscience store and I sat in the car and read for a little. Then, we went home and went to bed. Tomorrow, we are going to an elementary school. Yay...?
... and backgrounds. We took many pictures and got to add stuff to the photos like stickers and words. We did it twice and it was really fun!
I then played Mario Kart and totally crushed the opponents. I got 1st and got 8th out of all the people who played the course.
We then went to a store right next to the arcade. It was huge and had different cards, stuffed animals, books and manga. I obviously had to buy something.
On the way out, I saw Matt and ...
... school where everyone else was already waiting.i talked with the girls and we discussed our families. They were all happy and grateful that at least one member spoke English. I was glad the dad was fluent!
We practiced singing our songs for the thank you party we were going to have later for the host families. It must have been strange for the pedestrians with a bunch of kids singing songs outside of a high school. When the students were ready, we enters ...