Apa Hotel Sapporo Susukino
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... day off. Mental.
80) The Japanese aren’t afraid to use eye drops. They’ll use them anywhere at any time. Be it during class, on a crowded subway, an onsen, or even in the centre of a nightclub at 2am.
81) It’s difficult to guess the ages of most Japanese women.
82) Natto is the worst thing I’ve ever tasted. Don’t even try it seriously. I’ve had frozen guinea pig stuck in the microwave for 10 minutes with its meat ...
... our bags and then went to eat dinner in the hotel restaurant. We finally got to bed at midnight feeling very tired indeed to get a good night's sleep before going to the ice festival the following day. I'll now explain the title of this entry. When we were in Canada on the last train journey that we did together (from Prince George to Prince Rupert, British Columbia) we were held up in the middle of a forest for six hours as a freight train ahead of us had broken ...
... number for our apartment on his desk. Somehow in the midst of frustration I remembered that Chris keeps important information written on the back of the whiteboard in his office. I was finally able to get through and wake Chris up, thus finally being allowed access to the apartment. I was also treated extra special for the night.
Wednesday I woke up with a migraine and once I set off for class I thought about turning around, but Farah was coming to class for the first time ...
... wait. In England we have one tablet as an antibiotic. Surely in Japan with its huge technological advances in recent years will have the same if not better than that? Nope. I had one tablet which was the antibiotic. But it causes stomach cramps so I had another tablet to prevent those. But the anti-stomach cramp meds caused diarrhea so I had to take anti-diarrhea tablets too. Mental.
So by now I`m finally heading back. The pain gets to a point that is ...
... between their vacation days and my sightseeing trips. Our friend from North Carolina, Sarah, came with me. I forgot how much I missed going and even though the children have lots of energy in the afternoon, I had a good time.
Tuesday I gave a private tutoring lesson and was left in the awkward position of having to ask her to pay me at the end. She's usually so good about giving me money as we are packing up but she forgot and was getting ready to walk ...