|The flower arranging club helped to teach other students how to make|
the flower pins for the graduating third year students!
|I drew these for my third host family's little brother and sister|
when I first met them. "よろしく" means "Please take care of me."
|A birthday cake sent to my second host family's house from a dear friend and Rotarian.|
|A cake gifted from my second host family! It was on|
the last day I got to spend with them.
|Riding the chair lift up to Matsuyama Castle.|
|Talking with another exchange student, Tera, outside the beautiful castle!|
|Last picture with my second host family!|
|My welcome and birthday party at my third host|
family! Yes, that is a Totoro cake!
|My third host family put up decorations for me!|
It says "welcome and happy birthday Allegra"
|My 10-year old host sister, Misaki.|
|My 4-year old host brother, Kouki.|
|Drawing and painting on clay cups with my Rotary District.|
|I painted a Totoro cup.|
|Kouki loves Photobooth.|
|At a temple (with the Rotary) that had over 750 steps!|
|Outside a famous temple with my District.|
|At my school's garden where the man was explaining that the third-year students design and build these small shrines.|
|I was on camera duty while the Mayor visited the Iyo City Office|
to have a meeting.
|Touring a nearby middle school, so the Major could|
thank them for their student's participation in the middle school
Iyo to Salem summer exchange program.
|Another tea picture. You had to spin the bowl once each time|
before drinking it.
|My Rotary District!|