ANA Hotel Sapporo
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Today nothing really big happened. Just a few things I thought I'd write about. What? You wanted a big event? Some epic banter? Some sort of massive party Spindler went to where he was surrounded by beautiful women, who all craved for his attention? Well you ain’t getting it this time. Ooooo gonna cry to your mummy? Pathetic, get lost. I don’t want no losers reading this blog (Landers). Right, now that you winners are still here I’ll tell ...
... were very formal in their speech with a strict posture at all times and a stern look on their face. And yet here was me waving about, moving left and right and shouting.
So I finished my speech in English and then told them "Boku wa im nihongo o hanashimasu!" (I will now speak in Japanese). Again it was an alright speech and it got a few laughs, especially when I called them all champions. After the speeches students came on stage and presented us with flowers. ...
... before but we didn't get a chance to introduce ourselves. This week we talked very briefly before the program started and I reminded the Japanese people that the international community in Sapporo is very small and usually you know the person or can play the degree of separation game which is usually only by way of 1 other person.
At Lunch Bunch, I learned that one of the older Japanese men is a chiropractor, which I wish I would have known about months ...
... class was brilliant. Instead of mines I have dynamite which gives a -1 score. Team Dec vs Team Snow this time around and Team Snow got 5 dynamites in a row. It was insane. I was laughing so hard and so were the kids and the Japanese teacher. I kept doing build ups like drumming on the table or offering them the chance to change. If they didn't they got dynamite and if they did they got dynamite too. Really put them in the mood though for learning and ...
... During the warm up the kids only did static stretching i.e. standing still and bending over or pulling the arm across the chest and holding it. This annoys me because it`s pointless as it doesn`t warm the muscle up in any way meaning during the actual games an injury is more likely to occur. Anyway they were doing it so I did it. During one stretch my shirt was pulled up exposing my manly belly button hair (ladies…). Each girl next to me turned away and ...