Chisun Grand Sapporo
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... ones. The urns are kept in what looks like elaborate locker rooms; rows of black doors covered in gilt symbols with a large copper sink for purifying yourself before communing with the departed. I eventually escaped and found my original target, the oldest shrine on Hokkaido with lots of carved wood, a coffered ceiling covered in symbols and a brilliantly colored shrine. Turns out though that this wasn't even the right shrine! I did find the right one later on, which was ...
... our favorite dishes before we go back!
Thursday we had our inspection from the university at the apartment. I guess they are very trusting and would never imagine that we could totally wreck this place in the next two weeks. Luckily, they didn't find any problems!
Thursday night we actually had a first, although it wasn't very Japanese. Beto, the Mexican missionary, invited us over to his apartment and I learned how to use a tortilla ...
... Sunday morning. We compromised though and watched the service through the church's website and their live stream. We also got to Skype with my parents, nephew and niece before the service started. In one of those weird, the world is a small place moments, my dad was currently handling an emergency call from work for a busted sprinkler pipe. When he told me where it was I reminded him we knew someone who lived in that development and that the address sounded ...
One of the greatest joys during this time was meeting the local children. They were often in lovely school uniforms, very well-mannered and delightful to with. Some of them spoke English quite well. I had brought gifts adults and kids and actually had to pull back because there were so many people. after time, I told them I had to leave soon, more adventure lay ahead.
Every time I shared this, they either didn’t hear me or ignored me, think the latter. ...
... go next Wednesday?
Teacher: I`m going to stay home.
Me: What are you going to do there?
Teacher: I am going to watch TV.
But even though that was on the sheet, as soon as I said the first part, she was like, "No." So I said it again and she said, “No. What are you going to do next Wednesday?” So in the end she said we switch and she said the first part. Now. Even if she said, “What are you going to do ...