Chitose Daiichi Hotel
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... potato battered and deep fried balls. The opening ceremonies were great with lots of different cultural shows. Music, dancing, swords and Karate! When they asked us to move our tables back for the dance party we made our move and headed out. Need to save these dancing feet for Broomball tomorrow! Apparently the thing to do around here is have ramen noodles late at night and just our luck the hotel has it for for free!! So I had a wee snack and off to ...
... actual taps. The last one had an electronic keypad which was a nightmare to figure out how to actually fill the tub.
We went for a wander through the umpteen shopping centres, looking for the perfect backpack to replace my current one. I may have to wait till Tokyo for that. Joseph went back to the hotel early at 6pm whereas I stayed out till a bit past 7.30pm. I finally managed to find some chopstick boxes at Daimaru to house my very expensive chopsticks.
... park. Although it is located well within Sapporo the park was very quiet and oh so peaceful. There was deep snow everywhere although the paths through it had been cleared so that you walked on a layer of compacted snow. The shrine was beautiful. It was not ornate with very little decoration but what there was was in gold. The wooden buildings which were positioned to form a rectangle with the entrance gate exactly opposite the shrine itself, were long and low. The main drive ...
... beers that Sapporo produces, but the production has moved to a a modern factory outside the downtown area.
After the Beer Factory/Mall, it was time to head back to the ferry terminal for our return trip to the main Japanese island of Honshu and our homes in the Misawa area. Throughout the trip we had had pretty nice weather with sunny to partly cloudy skies with only a little ...
First of all i'd like to apologise for that awful title. I literally couldn't think of anything witty so when that popped into my head it was all i had. So again, sorry.
Moving on today i taught grade 3 and grade 1. Grade 3 was........... awesome. I tried a little experiment today with class 3-3 (3-1 and 3-2 were yesterday). I started off with the obligatory greeting. This time i chose clapping and stomping. So like "Good morning *clap* good morning *clap*". Then the ...
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