Chateraise Gateaux Kingdom Sapporo
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... jumped, bobsleighed, cross country ski-runned, ice skated and was a good ice hockey goalie. Luckily for me it wasn't busy at all so I could try everything. The few Japanese who I asked to take a picture of me laughed so hard me trying to do this games.
Around lunch time I walked down mountain again to find my way back to the subway station to the centre. I explored the city centre the rest of the ...
... my lunch and they all cheered haha. I sat with the second years and the girl who has the biggest crush on me ever went so red she couldn't eat. I asked if she had bought her tuba as it looks expensive and she was just staring at me so her friends kept hitting her and shouting for her to respond - it didn't help. Funny times. Soon after my 2nd year teacher said I could leave early and so here I am now. It's truly amazing to see how much things mean to the ...
The Friday after Christmas I had a party with the staff of Super Kids, the Children's English club at the little church. I got an e-mail saying I would be picked up at the subway station but I wasn't exactly sure who I would be going with. Luckily, I'm pretty easy to pick out and I saw a van pulling up with someone waving to me, so I got in. Even better, I knew who it was once I got in. The get together was at the pastor's apartment and we enjoyed homemade ...
... difference was noticeable. Pure Ainu people look like Eskimos, the museum had preserved many artifacts from their ancient culture.
The museum made clear that for hundreds of years, they had been persecuted, driven away and slaughtered. I walked into a little store, the older woman running it was about 75 and at least half Ainu. She sat me down, held my hands in hers. Her English was not bad, she gave me a gift of some tea of course and CDs of traditional Ainu music ...
... After church Chris went back to the apartment to work and I tagged along with Gabriel and Sarah to a pumpkin fest they had seen advertised. They had directions on which forms of transportation to take so we took the subway to the bus stop. Two young girls came into the bus waiting area and I tried to ask them which stop on the bus map was the one we would get off at. I told them where we were going and they discussed it amongst themselves and then told us they would come with ...