Monday, November 11, 2013

The Last Day

My first exciting (not really) thing of the day was going to a Hello Kitty store with ME:

Then we went on a double decker bus and the roof was off.

I saw many very cool buildings and landmarks and a "sacred" place for teenagers, but one of my most favorites was this building that looks like the posts on a football field:

Then it started to drizzle. After we got off the bus it really started to pour rain. I was hungry so we went to a nice little cafe. We had scones.

In Japan there are hundreds of vending machines on the streets.

You can have drinks but some give out Kit Kats. You can also get hot drinks which is kind of cool.

The most exciting thing which is actually in the future (or should I say the past for you?) - I'm coming home. I'll explain to some of you about the past thing when I get back.

I'll keep you posted.

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Sunday, November 10, 2013

An Exciting Day

First thing in the morning my dad said very suddenly and not panicky "Earthquake!!!" I was waking up so felt nothing but it made the cabinet rattle.

This is a map on TV with the epicenter and the Richter scale numbers:

Later today me, Mr. Green, Mrs. Green, and ME went to a park down the street. After we got back it was a quiet, leisurely day - that involved a dance party!

When my dad and mom came home they had a bag with two presents, one for me and one for ME. ME got a cat that is solar powered, and I got this cool case with a set of Mario stuff:

Last but not least one of my teeth came out!!!!!

I'll keep you posted!

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Saturday, November 9, 2013

A Day In Tokyo

After we left the house we went on a subway so we could take a boat ride. We crossed the Rainbow Bridge on the subway.

Then we went to a mall thing and guess what it had in it? A Legoland Discovery Center (but we didn't go)! There was also a maze by a costume of a tiger:

Then we took a boat ride. Here are two pictures from it:

Then I saw a big, big tower called the Sky Tree. Fun fact: the Sky Tree is the tallest tower in the world.

We visited a temple and I got my fortune:

Then we took a subway home.

I'll keep you posted!

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Friday, November 8, 2013

A Tiring Day

I am so tired today because I got up at 6 am so here are just some pictures of my day:

I'll keep you posted!

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Thursday, November 7, 2013

The Last Day in Korea

Today I made a new grown up friend. And together we built something that could fly into space and travel the world.

My new friend Billy got me this cool necklace sack. And I put my Korean money in it. I will be showing some of my friends my Korean money.

This evening we went to a restaurant across the street from our hotel and had chicken and fried spaghetti.

Then our waiter introduced us to the chef. His name is Michael. And we taught him some English.

By the elevators there are some statues in a glass case. This is a picture of them:

Tomorrow we have to get up early in the morning to catch a bus to the airport so we can get to Japan.

I'll keep you posted (yawn).

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Wednesday, November 6, 2013

A Big Feast

We were back at the Bexco this morning and I built some sculptures.

This evening we went to buy some vegetables and feed bunnies. They were on top floor of a department store.

Here's a picture of me feeding them:

There were also some other animals like a dog, some pigs, and a lot of noisy ducks.

Next we went to Pizza Hut and I had three pieces of pizza for dinner - and a piece of cake when I got back to the hotel.

I'll keep you posted.

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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Let us eat cake

I started a puzzle on Monday and I finished it on Tuesday.

It is a puzzle of the Peace Train, a train that traveled from Germany to promote peace.

Tonight we saw a magician and he was doing these object tricks. He was pretty good.

Then we went to the Paris Baguette and got some cake. It was a cake that was based on a Korean TV show. The cake cake tasted wonderful!!!

I'll keep you posted!

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