I will give out my Photobucket account in order to showcase the wonderful pictures I have been taking in my journey here.
In other news the Nagasaki Gaidai University is putting on a school festival. A school wide festival in which we get two days off in order to prepare. I myself will be dancing Souran with about 7 other foreign American students (SUNY New Paltz Brian included) and three or four foreign but East Asian origined students. Souran and its female only counterpart Yosokoi, are dances originating from fisherman dances. They involve a variety of movement, as dances tend to, and have a large following in just the idea. I have video taken of some friends performing the completed piece, so Ill try and see about putting that up.
Some of the American students were coerced into doing a hamburger stand, as its a near requirement for the JASIN students to make hamburgers (American eats nothing but, of course). Some other JASINs have taken the initiative and well, the All American Taco Stand has been born. Some future tales will be spaned, I’m sure of it.
Less than two months left to go. I really dont want to leave. This whole experience is just utterly amazing. I recommend study abroad for anyone (over 20 XD). But for now, I’m off to tour a Japanese elementry school.