ANA Holiday Inn Sapporo Susukino
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... one more so I obliged. After another 5 or 6 pictures I got on the bus.
When I got off (literally 1 minute from my school), all my students were shouting my name. For the first years it was their first time seeing me and they were all shocked when I gave my usual high five. I had 3 lessons in a row and oh my god was I sweating one out. Running around in a santa costume (with a suit on underneath) with the schools heating turned up to max is not recommended.
At lunch ...
... up visiting a waste treatment plant. OK, so it's important to add the word "former" into that last sentence; this area has been completely landscaped and made into a great park with views over the whole city and out to the mountains. Plus it has a fountain show featuring a double rainbow. Can't get much better than that. Other sights in the city include the Winter sports museum which has an excellent interactive sports area (for the actual museum part, good knowledge ...
... as he kept referring to himself as my "boyfriend".
Had we not of seen some of the Yosakoi performers in the lobby, I might have been a bit worried we were there to see the wrong thing, since once the show started there were a few performances of traditional Japanese songs. I guess they were just the warm-up acts though and soon the dance groups took the stage. The performance by the group that greeted us in the lobby was the most shocking, since my "boyfriend" and his ...
... At the JR Tower we could pick 5 cards and 1 of those was also a winner. We received 2 tickets to the observation tower and 4 packs of tissues for the losing tickets. At our last stop we could only turn the wheel and let 1 ball fall. A red ball came out and they gave us an envelope. We're still not quite sure about this one. We opened it and it had .05 yen inside. We're not sure if we were suppose to wait and do something else with it or if that was just our prize. We'll have to ...
... Japanese pears, and the list could go on and on.
I have found very few foods I disliked. Dried fish, raw horse, which is very rare to eat, and umeboshi, a very sour Japanese plum, are difficult to swallow. For anyone looking for a food challenge, I would recommend trying natto, fermented soybeans. I have never tasted something so terrible in my whole life, and people here treat it like its the best thing ever.