Student's at the rice growing presentation center just north of Tokyo station. Eskild is 3rd from right, striped sweater.
This month has been a very good one. We got a new international student, Camilla came back from Denmark, and the international department took a day trip to Tokyo!
The trip to Tokyo mainly consisted of trains; Nihonbashi, with the highway over it; the Imperial Palace, although we only saw the gate and a watchtower; the Imperial Plaza, which is the best hotel in Tokyo; and a quick stop at an indoor rice field, which is meant to show the city people how they get food...(Although the should know already)
I also have to mention the delicious lunch we had, chanko nabe, which is supposedly real sumo food.
As for Christmas eve, I'm not doing anything special. I'm going to a small Christmas party at the EF office on the 25th of December, and on the 26th I'm going on a night bus to Innoshima, Hiroshima. And I must say, just figuring out the bus stop it's going from was a difficult task. I will stay there with my natural mother's acquaintance until the 30th of December, and I will be home in the morning on the 31st.
I'm really looking forward to getting out of the city for a few days, as I'm kind of missing the calm quiet life out on the countryside.
That's it for today, so I wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!