ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Chitose
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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 ...
... to pay. I went and hired skis and boots pretty cheaply I might add. But, once I got there I was amazed. I had never seen or felt snow that was so beautiful and soft. It was like a very cold yet soft cloud.
Once I began skiing I knew it was pure powder. You know how if you go skiing and theres not much snow its a like skiing on ice and its really hard to enjoy yourself? Well, Japan has the ...
The Russells left on Monday and Chris took them to the airport alone because I was substituting at the international school. I got my lesson plans when I arrived and laughed when they told me I would be teaching math and science. I didn't let them know these are not my strong points but luckily the plans were easy to follow. The science classes were using computers to complete a project. One math class took a test and the other had some bookwork to complete.
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... went through packing up our gear and cleaning up our campsite, the task of the looming flight was palpable.
We kept reassuring ourselves that everything was looking good and all the signs were pointing to a successful attempt. We’d left more than 100 gallons of fuel back in Adak as a back-up, so if the winds aloft proved unfavorable we could return to Adak to wait for a different day with hopefully better conditions. Still, ...
... shot. I offered it to my team mate and they were like "no no no no". So it was down to me. As i was setting up they pointed me to the score board and it was a 6-6 tie. Pressure or what. I think i overheard someone say afterwards that there was more pressure here on the court than there was minutes before Mt. Vesuvius blew up, but i could be wrong on that one. Anyway here we go. Team mates cheering me on. Opposition cheering me on. Teachers cheering me ...