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 ...
... I'd seen the competition earlier and 4 of the top runners were in position 4 along with me. Great. I was sorting of joking that i'd trip them up and hold them back but really i was bricking it. Why was i so nervous? It was just a 100m sprint at a JHS. But i have to always impress. That's me. So the race began and by the time it got round to us we were in 6th place... out of 6. The baton came to me and i (Usain) bolted it as fast as i could. In my jeans. The students i ...
... again during the winter term.
Friday afternoon the phone in our apartment rang, which is very strange. I could only hear Chris' side of the conversation but could tell he was talking to a non-native speaker. He ended up having to go across the hall to help a new neighbor who had a question about how to use the stove. He didn't know that it's a special cooking top that has to have a pan on it in order for it to heat up, so all Chris had to do was show him to put the pan ...
... at these mostly abandoned airports would have meant an immense bureaucratic headache, but if the winds turned or the oil pressure dropped, better that than the wet alternative. Far off in the distance off to our right, we could even make out some of these Russian islands and their volcanoes. Just psychologically that also gave us an increased sense of security.
After only 9+ hours we could see the Japanese shoreline. It was ...
... Sylvia. Her bag didn't weigh 17 kilos, it didn't even weigh 10. No Sylvia, who has been on the road since March, is living out of a day pack weighing just 6 kilos. 6 KILOS! I'm sorry what? -my mind is still blown by this. I would like to add that this 6 includes a laptop (which is not a MacBook Air by the way), charger cables, and a few books she bought on her trip which equals out at about 40% or the ...
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