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 ...
... getting teary, which made her get teary. Then her best friend came and completely broke down which made my even more teary. In the end I had to leave and it was so sad knowing I'd actually never see this great students again. Students who were never malice to anyone. Students who were always eager to learn. Students who would thank me for teaching them English. Students who would invite me to join their after school clubs. Students who would not ...
... in Japan. I go to a private Buddhist school called Sapporo Ryukoku Koukou, which roughly translates to Sapporo Dragon Valley High School. Everyone in Japan is Buddhist, though they don’t practice Buddhism everyday, it’s more of a tradition. The school has about 800 students, which is about average size in Sapporo. Every morning and at the end of school, we listen to a song and pray while facing the temple next to our school.At my school, kids come here who ...
... come off soon, I have my good hand's fingers crossed. Not too worry though, I'm still having an amazing time.
First blog finished! Weekly blogs will have more details, don't want to waste precious time typing out all I've done the past 40 days. In two days I will be going to Tokyo with the Ogawas before changing families so you can expect to hear about my Tokyo adventure. Promised myself no more ...
... school and then back down again. Rinse and repeat. No teachers about at all. Just kids instructing each other. They then started doing press ups so i HAD to join in. After 30 they gave up so i did a few more to show off - they're kids, but i've still got to show them who's the best!
So after an array of close grip press ups, clapping press ups etc. I noticed that a group of girls on each floor were playing instruments such as the clarinet so i went ...
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