Century Royal Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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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 ...
So I got into work today and instead of going inside and waiting for 10 minutes before the students are let inside, I decided to wait outside with them and just talk.
One student was saying how he's playing volleyball for 3 hours today, 6 tomorrow and 3 again on Sunday. He added he's been playing volleyball for 3 years. I asked if he liked it and he replied "No, I don't. My mother makes me play volleyball." I laughed but that is often the way for most of these kids. ...
... off with the classic 'Mr Dec's Number 1 Quiz'. Basically a word search but all the questions and answers were about me this time, whereas normally it's whatever grammar point we're doing. Students loved it.
This then led in to King of Japan. The students got into lunch groups and I put a couple of Japanese flags on the board as well as the game itself - which was a ...
... slope but this time on the way down I couldn't make myself turn to the side and ended up heading straight down the hill, flailing my arms and hoping not to die. I caught my balance and never fell but my heart was pounding at the bottom. I tried this slope over and over for the rest of our time but was never completed sold on it being fun because it was more scary than exciting. It was beautiful out though and it snowed all day, so at least the scenery was ...
... met me at the bus station, Mike and a couple buddies of his, including a guy named Anthony I really liked. They cracked big smiles and said “come with me”. Within minutes, we were in a crowded British pub surrounded by Westerners, most of them residents of Tokyo. Anthony had been a teacher here years ago and seemed to know everyone. This was going to be fun. After a few beers, we took the subway to his ex-girlfriend’s father’s house.
The plan ...