Day 3 - Part 3

Trip Start Apr 20, 2008
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Trip End May 03, 2008


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Thursday, April 24, 2008

The dinner was at the Peking Restaurant. The food was okay. Again the water tasted like Chlorine. The Fruit punch was fizzy. We sang Happy Birthday to Mr. Nish again. The cake was a small banana bread and two cookies at the restaurant. Mika ate the whole thing while Mr. Nish ate the candle.

So now we are doing the blog then sleep.

Bye
Cassandra and Kyla
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cnakamura
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Aloha from Waipahu
Happy Birthday, Mr. Nish! Hope you enjoyed your birthday. I'm sure the school misses all of you 5th graders. You have already done & seen so much - take lots of photos! Thank you for sharing your days. It's really amusing for us.
Cindy (Derek's mom) Curly says, 'meow' (translated: 'hi')

tina_sensei
tina_sensei on

Omedetou!!
Go nen sei no mina san - Hawaii kara konbanwa!! Looks like you had another fun day! It really is lots of fun to follow your journeys on the blog. SC peeps - we will miss you tomorrow at the General Meeting! Happy Birthday, Mr. Nish!! Hope it was a good one! Can't wait to see the next post! - Tina Sensei

ranishikawa
ranishikawa on

HAPPY BIRTHDAY
happy birthday uncle Ed hope you had a grand day hope you have a mucho grande trip -Kevin Nishikawa and Mark

cljjej
cljjej on

Happy Belated Birthday
Happy belated birthday, Mr. Nish it looks as if you really were enjoying yourself. I'm glad you're all having a great time. I look forward to coming in to school each morning to read your blogs. Fifth graders, you're so lucky to have this experience have fun and learn a lot.
Mrs. Jacobs

hms_travel
hms_travel on

Hi, HMS students!
It's 4/24 and 6:44 pm in Honolulu. I looked at the updated photos and see that you've had another
busy day, crammed with interesting sights. The Williamsburg experience must have been both educational and fun. Who knew that these 2 words could be used in the same senternce!

Aren't you glad we don't use the stocks for discipline these days? We have been to Arlington and were impressed with the solemn, yet serene, atmosphere there. When you think about how many lives have been sacrificed to preserve
our freedom, you appreciate the many privileges we enjoy in this country!

Continue to keep your minds and eyes open to
the learning opportunities that you're having. Take care and travel safely!

Looking forward to more pictures and would love to read some of your impressions of your adventures. -- Mrs. Yap's sister, Susan

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