Chateraise Gateaux Kingdom Sapporo
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... 8217;t know about. Pyongyang is reserved for the elite - people who provide a service or can help better North Korea. So living there is a privilege and one must act accordingly.
On the way to the amusement park we were waving at people from the bus and trying to get them to wave back at us. Classic school trip game when you’re 12 years old, but it was just as good/relevant here. A lot of people waved back and were smiling too. Busloads of people would just stare at us, ...
... of rice, tofu and sauce... thrilling. Anyway a week later a few more lads joined us and we set off to a little hill known as Mt. Fuji. After an afternoon in Tokyo and a huge carb-filled lunch we arrived a few hours later at our hostel. The whole journey itself was relatively easy door to door, but transport alone came to around $200 (not including flights - which was another $140). Other than that it was only food we had to buy. So anyway that night we went to ...
... in America. I guess I should start preparing myself for more feisty encounters.
Wednesday it was back to class after quite a long hiatus. The teacher apparently thinks I have studied during the last month though, and I was not exempt from any of the activities. Luckily, I had looked over the material the night before, so I had some general idea about what was going on. After class was a much needed chiropractor appointment. I guess she thought it would be ...
... those who heeded the government's call, the earthquake in 2011 affected Japan's electric production and has caused electricity prices to rise. Now that his home relies only on electricity he is forced to turn down the temperature on the thermostat because the bills are too high, as is trying to convert to cheaper forms of heating that he might have used in the past such as gas or kerosene. What a series of unfortunate events.
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... to a subway so I don't have to be in the elements for long.
Wednesday morning I went to class for the first time in a long time. I even had to e-mail my friend Pamela the night before to see where we were in the book. I had had good intentions to study but that didn't happen. Our other classmate Sonnaka also returned from being away for a couple of weeks. We knew she had been home to Thailand but come to find out, she was only there a week and then took a cruise to other ...