Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Dia del Niño

Parece que en este pais tan lejano y con tantas diferencias entre nuestra cultura cada dia encontramos mas similitudes entre ellas, el celebrar a los ninos, Pues asi es existe tambien un dia para los ninos como en mexico y ese dia exactamente no celebramos pero lo hicimos el dia 30 de Abril, y fue la primera ves que estube en un Karaoke y que disfrute de todo como un nino !!!
With this country being so far way from home and with all its differences between our cultures (Mexican & American) each day we find more similarities among them; like Children's Day. In Mexico, we celebrate it on April 30th. Here it's May 5th. Thriller Karaoke was the venue. This being a first for all of us so not so well versed on any one song and no one to impress, we had a go at it. It was a blast!! We had our own little room, decorated in Disney, a telephone to order food so we had french fries, spaghetti and a hot dog for me. My favorite song "Life is a Highway" I wanna drive it all night long!! All of us enjoyed Children's Day acting as children except for me!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010


Mis papas y yo fuimos a Otaru, jajaj me queria meter a nadar en el canal, parecia tan interesante para mi, no dejaba de admirar el agua hasta que mi mama me dijo que habia cocodrilos para que no fuera a brincar !!! soy nino del agua !!!
Lo que me gusto mucho fue pasear en un carrito mientras un joven lo conducia y explicaba todo alrededor de Otaru.
Despues de tanto caminar y conocer esa pequena ciudad llena de historia por su puerto nacional e internacional mas importante con Rusia.
Me quede dormidito en el carro antes de llegar a la casa !!
We went to Otaru and as soon as I saw the canal, I wanted to jump in and take a swim, it looked so inviting!! I kept climbing the railing, but my dad kept pulling me back down. My temptation didn't stop until my mom said that crocs live there. I love the water!!!
What I liked the best was the rickshaw. While the driver ran us around old Otaru he explained the history of old abandoned buildings, which were once banks or warehouses 100 years old. He would stop and take our picture so that it captured the antique buildings in the background. Otaru, used to be one of Hokkaido's most prominent port, thus it's thriving past is reflected in the many banks now empty along main street.
Now, tons of tourists descend upon Otaru. It's not common to see traditional Japanese-style housing around most of Hokkaido so with Otaru two hours away, we are able to admire them.
On the way home I gently closed my eyes and fell asleep.

Tuesday, April 13, 2010


En la manana me levante temprano por que tenia mucha emocion de saber que me habia escondido Easter Bunny, despues de buscar encontre mis regalos, pero mi dia continuo lleno de sorpresas, Kiyoshirou mi amigo vino a mi casa a buscar los huevos en el jardin, pero este conejo los escondio muy bien, tal ves penso que teniamos como 10 anos, jaja
I was so anxious to find out what the Easter Bunny had brought, I got up really early. After checking every nook and cranny, which they aren't a lot of, I discovered something under my toy kitchen. It was a bag full of goodies. Later that day, my friend from kindy, Kyoshirou came over to hunt for easter eggs in my backyard. We had a hard time finding them at first, but with a little help from Dad pointing out possible hiding places, we got them all.