Bluewave Inn Sapporo
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... was a teacher but only introduced the 2 teachers teaching out of Japan. Before getting back on the bus she told me that if the students found out I was living in Japan it would just be very awkward to explain and so she saved me the hassle of dealing with it. Thanks mate.
Next on the agenda was a textile factory. Just what I came to North Korea to see… [Un]fortunately it was closed so our guide as punishment for letting us down/saving us from boredom sang karaoke on the ...
So yesterday was the schools's yearly festival. A festival devoted to showing the students artistic nature. Made up of different acts involving all 3 years, the plays are all written and acted by students. Any student not involved on stage at some point will have done some sort of artwork or design around the school. For example a whole floor was dedicated to 'アリエル World' (Aerial from The Little Mermaid). Each room had characters from ...
... made from balloons. I'm thankful that I met Beto at class and was able to start attending this church, since we've enjoyed our Sundays there.
Monday was Chris' 31st birthday, and we spent the morning talking to our families. Of course he requested sushi for dinner so we met with Gabriel, Sarah, Atsuo and Akemi for what will probably be our last conveyor belt sushi experience. Akemi brought him a cake, but since there wasn't any place we could eat it we went to ...
... Cheers mate. Take a picture, it'll last longer.
So I met up with Erina outside and she obviously had a much more relaxing time. We went to the 'relaxation' room and it was just a bunch of tables where people were sleeping. Filled up on green tea and then we left an hour later. Was an alright day in the end. But I'd have to way up the pros and cons of bringing someone to talk to next time.
Pros - won't get bored
Cons - see my mate ...
... present and you can be expected to not be allowed in clubs if you're white, even though you go with Japanese friends. Got my invite to the Christmas party today. $90...... And that's for the first party alone. Can't really complain as I was always going to go no matter what the price was. It's meant to be すばらし (wonderful). Last period today I was in the staff room with about 4 female teachers. I asked one if she was going ...