Cross Hotel Sapporo
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... didn't go as well. I'm not sure weather it was the difference in pan size or a miscalculation in converting from cups to milliliters or grams, but it definitely looked more like a raft than a cake. I also failed in trying to make the cream whip, so instead of nice and fluffy it was like a runny fluff. Oh, well. The best part of the night was catching up with our friends anyway, so who needs perfect meals?
Saturday after Chris was done working he went to get ...
... some things in Spanish. Whew. We were quite the crew.
Tuesday was a regular day of Let's Talk and Lunch Bunch and Wednesday it was back to class for the first time since winter break. I was a little worried about going back since I hadn't looked at anything Japanese in weeks, but I was saved by a new addition to our class. Since Chew just arrived in December she's just starting out and we went a little slower than normal. This was also good for my friend ...
... a tutoring session with Yuko at Mister Donut so I couldn't make regular Let's Talk but I was able to make it to Lunch Bunch and talk with Mariko and Hiroko for a bit. I was talking about my plans to go to the supermarket after I left and how I didn't really want to walk in the cold when Mariko shared that there was a close and cheap market close by. We all walked there together so I would know exactly where it was. Awesome, now I have a new shopping option when I am downtown and ...
... trying Olympic sports it was off to the Sapporo Chocolate Factory! Again, you could see a large European influence in this still operational but definitely tourist inspired venue. We arrived just before 1pm and were welcomed by the hourly clock show where various animatronic displays "sing", dance, and play instruments. We then walked through the "History of Chocolate" displays and other ...
... welcoming and I did the whole exchange of the business cards perfectly (I think). When I mentioned I was staying in Susukino they were so jealous and going “sugoi!!” (great). After being told I was very handsome and the girls would love me (standard day for me then) we left and I spent about £200 on bed stuff and room stuff. Opened up a bank account, did health insurance, registered at the ward office and went to buy a phone but it was £300 and then ...