ANA Hotel Sapporo
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First of all I apologise in advance for this blog. It's going to be a convoluted mess with thoughts popping in and out of my mind constantly. My opinions might change and contradict one another, but to be perfectly honest I’m still not sure what I actually think about North Korea. So here goes my attempt at trying to portray what exactly is going on in this closed off country.
I have just returned from a country in which only 0.001% of the entire population has ever been ...
... Palace is?
61) Japanese students during class are scared of wasps (fair enough), butterflies and flies (ok…) and sometimes anything that crawls such as an ant (get out).
62) Soup curry is gorgeous.
63) People wear facemasks either to prevent themselves getting sick or to prevent others from getting sick if they themselves have a cold. I once taught at a school for 4 months and didn’t see a student’s face once because she wore it ...
... catching a bus back because my friend Gabe happened to be working at the high school near the village and was giving us a ride when he was done working. We were headed down the steps when Gabe pulled up, so we had perfect timing, and I really appreciate Gabe bringing us back. I told him he's my favorite North Carolina JET (Referring to his English teaching position here in Japan).
Our new friend Kaitlin had come back with us too, so we got her to the subway and then Shane and ...
Since winter has come upon us we've been pretty low-key. February is going to be extremely busy for us though and we'll have to come out of hibernation.
Monday was Super Kids. Rumiko, the pastor's wife who runs the program, asked me to introduce the vocabulary for the week. Introducing vocabulary was always one of my favorite days in Spanish class and I get really excited when I do it. When we were done for the day, Rumiko said she's not able to introduce the vocabulary in ...
... in characters. I could follow some of the lyrics using one of the alphabets but then I would get lost when a kangi character appeared. I think I impressed Chris with my reading skills though because he wanted to know how I was singing along.
Our friend Beto, the Mexican missionary, preached on Sunday in Spanish. This meant that Chris got to hear the message through my translation to him while the preacher translated it into Japanese for everyone ...