Art Hotels Sapporo
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... shouted. Was good seeing them again as I've been bored off my **** this holiday. I'd rather be at this school in all honestly - and that's the truth. I asked if they were there for a sport club but they said that they were there for chado which was cool. I thought it'd just be me and some old women. As I went into the school I ran into some more students who came running up to me and wished me a "Happppppyyyyyy New Yeeeeaarr Dekkkuuuuuu!". I went into the ...
... put so much pressure on them to do well. Hours of sports an hours of cram school a week just to stay level with everyone else. A normal student has a 12 hour day and the weekend is often a few hours more studying or playing sport too.
What I love about this school is that when the students come into school at 8:15am many teachers come down to greet them. At my last school it was just me, though I still enjoyed it. But this school has teachers saying good morning, high ...
... game in the shape of Japan itself. Teams would pick a letter and the first to guess the answer from the question got a castle on the square. It took me about an hour cutting and magnetising all the little castles but luckily my girlfriend helped me out! Otherwise it would have taken aaaaaages.
In both classes I had every single students attention. Now this was a rare sight. Even in ...
... my own. I did eventually fall twice, once right after the other on the same run.
I went down the right slope some more and then thought I'd try the left beginner's slope, which had less people but probably because it looks terrifyingly steep when you are at the top. I managed to make my way down on my own and happened to find Chris at the bottom, who had come to ski with me since Gabriel had to go home and we were talking the bus back. We headed back up to ...
... was a rock, paper, scissors competition to see who would get the extra milk and ice cream. Quite an interesting way to handle the situation. I did notice that a couple of the students were watching me eat, maybe I hold my chopsticks funny, or maybe they were just checking me out since I am a foreigner. Lunch seemed to fly by and all of a sudden it was time to clean up. Leftover food gets dumped back into the big pots it came in and the dishes get separated ...