ANA Holiday Inn Sapporo Susukino
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... by 19. The official details of his youth and career remain in doubt and probably always will.
Shortly after ‘defeating’ the Japanese in 1945, he invaded South Korea in 1950. Of course our tour guide told us that the South and American ‘scum’ invaded the North instead. After the Korean War, Kim Il Sung introduced the philosophy known as Juche, or self-reliance, which became the focal point for North Korea’s development. Kim Il Sung died in 1994 and ...
... Sometimes people will sleep at their desks but as long as they’re still there it’s considered ok because they were willing to stay there in the first place.
77) Japanese is a cash based society. Everything is pretty much sorted with cash. Debit cards do not exist. If you order from Amazon for example you pay cash on delivery. So having to rely so much on cash it’s peculiar that they do not have 24 hour ATM’s – they shut at 5pm. You ...
So yesterday I was heading back from the gym when up ahead I saw the most mental woman in the world approaching me. I was like "JESUS!" She looked like Cruella de Vil but with a dash of the witches from Macbeth too. She was gross. Anyway as I got nearer she went "sumimasen" which is excuse me in Japanese. "FFS" I was thinking. Just my luck. Anyway she asks if I speak Japanese and I said I spoke a little. Turns out 'the old hunchback of notre sapporo' ...
... t really take into account that I was a little sweaty from the exercise and the sun was rapidly setting, so I was pretty chilled by the time I got to the apartment. Although it would have been nice to go into a warm room, once I unlocked the door and turned the handle I came to find out that Chris had chained the door on his way in from lunch. Unfortunately, I knew there were no lights on and that he was probably sleeping, since his sleep schedule is still out of whack. ...
... We knew he was from New Zealand but come to find out he was actually raised in Japan by missionary parents, so he actually considers Japanese his first language. I'm not sure whose house we went to but Gerald told us that the parents were away and the son volunteered to have 30 or so of us over for curry rice. The son of course is probably in his 40's, so that was funny to hear. We did have to leave a little early since our ride back to the subway was leaving but it was a fun night. ...