Comfort Hotel Sapporo
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... at this point that I wore the WRONG shoes today!!! I gave in to looking professional and wore wedge heels that seemed comfortable in Los Angeles. BAD DECISION. After running behind Adam for 11 hours I thought I was going to die - and put on a brave face the whole time I might add. But I figured out that I will need to buy new shoes before the Expo, those just will not cut it (cute as they may be. Sigh).
... to stay for dinner as they were cooking Genghis Khan (Jingisukan in Japanese). Basically massive heater or hot plate in the middle of the table and you cook your own veg and meat. We went and bought all the ingredients, came back, cooked, had a few beers, ate, had a couple more beers and then it was time for me to leave. They gave me enough spare mochi to last a month as I left. Really nice family and a really nice day.
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... to make the most out my time in the city. We checked into our hotel and almost immediately proceeded to knock back tall cans and down the spirits in our little traditional room. After getting good and drunk and walking the main arcade for a while looking for Meer Lounge and stopping for a few beers at a smaller place or two we decided to head back to a bar called TK6 as it seemed to be the only bar swarming with people.
The place was cramped almost shoulder to shoulder ...
... so i just joined in with a monotonous voice and they encouraged me further so i got louder and they were like "Yes, yes yes!" haha. In the end i went upstairs to change, came back down and the basketball guys and volleyball girls were all sitting down getting water. I said "See you tomorrow" and "Mata ashita" and as one about 50 kids shouted back "See you tomorrow Mr Dec!". I've only been a teacher for a week and a half but man that's what it's all about.
Unfortunately, the nice weather we had had for the last few days didn't stick around, so we decided to make Saturday a pj day. We didn't go anywhere but Chris worked on his dissertation. I know what you're thinking, "it's STILL not done?". He has technically graduated, and has the official letter that he is done, but he hasn't actually pushed the submit button for his thesis.
On Sunday we were invited to attend my classmate's church, ...