Two days ago, Yuuki wanted to practice speaking English before his English Oral Interview later that day. So again, all I had to do was talk. XD
We decided to walk around town a bit and found a bunch of different playgrounds. Here was the first, and probably the best:
They even cut the benches in half and put them at opposite ends:
And then there was this blue poo slide at another park:
Guys, Japan looks just like the movies.
I thought of MoMo =^.^=:
I asked Yuuki what his favorite chocolate was (you know, practicing English...) and he said these were. So he picked some up at a conbini for us to share ^___^. They were pretty darn delicious. It had the crunch of an old-school Wonka bar, and tasted kind of like a kit-kat with more chocolate than wafer. I think too much about these things.
We walked on a path along this river talking about things like superpowers, battle weapons, you know, stuff that would come up in his interview.
BIGGER COOKIES EXIST HERE!
And then there was this lion chilling in a bookstore:
This is just dangerous:
Oh yeah, I forgot to mention how I dropped my wallet by Kaldi the night before. I had come home with a pretty packed bag full of apples, pears, and bananas and found that I didn't have my wallet. I knew I had dropped it at Kaldi. When I was there, I had paid for some chocolate (I really needed it...lolol) and tried putting my wallet away while standing outside. I was listening to music and must not have heard that it dropped out of my bag before zipping it up. So I literally ran back to Kaldi.
I asked if they had it and the lady was like...wallet? Remember, this is all in Japanese...And I said yes, a Hello Kitty one. She then said, Oh! A pouch!
And my first thought was:
And she said she had it. Everything was still in it and I was on my way home.
Yesterday, Mitchell and I went to Shinjuku to go to Shinjuku Gyoen National Park. On the way, we found a Breaking Dawn Part 2 poster that was signed by Kristen Stewart. There was also a face grease imprint on the glass right by Edward's lips.
We had the whole day ahead of us, so after much debate on whether to go see a movie or walk around Shinjuku all day, we decided to walk to Shibuya to get fro yo. ^____^
This building looked like a church, but it was just a fancy office building.
And also found a little temple/park (I'm really not positive what it was...) along the way:
We bummed around for a bit in Shibuya.
We went around the floor, eating every sample we could get offered XD. We had a method, pretending to be really interested in the displays and then got handed a sample. lolol. We probably tried about 10 different sweets.
Then, there was one worker who asked us in English "Do you want to try?", pointing at his store's sample. We said no. XD
Mitchell had some dinner plans, so I went home and watched more of Once Upon A Time ^___^.
Today, a few of the exchange students and I were invited to make mochi with the grade school students of Seijo. Oh gosh. I've only made mochi in the microwave once, so I wonder how we'll be making it today. I'll let you know how it goes. =^.^=