ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Chitose
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Nice hotel, good food, great staff. The room we got was quite spacious.
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This morning after breakfast we went to the marshland to the north of Kushiro. It's famous for the red-crowned cranes who find this a good feeding ground. First up was the crane sanctuary, which helped the crane population back up to the amount it is today, from about 20 pairs in the '70s to over a thousand now. That was nice because we got to see …
This morning we started back where we left off yesterday, because our camera ran out of power yesterday. So back we went to the rotten egg smell and it seemed the place was more active this morning: there were bigger and more steam plumes. It was really fascinating to see and walk between these vapor plumes. Were I normally don't think much about …
My night in the capsule went well. I was worried I would hear everyone all night and I am sure I heard a few. When I finally tucked in for the night there were 3 pairs of slippers on the floor outside the capsules and when I woke at 3am there were 50 all nicely lined up in front of the capsules. I wish I had of taken a picture! I tried to fall back to sleep to no avail and ended up getting up at 4am. I was not the only one as I am positive I gave a ...
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Got this sh*tty cyst on my right calf muscle. It's the 3rd one i've had with the 1st being on my neck in 2nd year Uni and the 2nd being on my lower back during 3rd year. The one on my neck was so heavy it actually weighed my head down and the one on my back was so painful i couldn't move for 3 days and had to lay on my front ...
... s rare to have friends older or younger than yourself.Students seldom receive homework, but they are tested more often so if they don’t self study, they do poorly. I don’t know how they know what to study, because they are always asleep in class! At any given time, at least 5 kids are passed out and they get in no trouble at all.Although Japanese school is very different, and most classes I have no idea what is going on, I enjoy making friends with the students.