Dormy Inn PREMIUM Sapporo
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... sang for a good minute before saying “Thank you” and sitting back down again.
Next we headed for dinner. When we arrived most of the food was already on the table already. This consisted of crisps (yes crisps), vegetables, rice and meat. We got a few beers in which we had to pay for (1 euro each) and then the waitresses started singing to us. They grabbed a couple of lads up to dance with as well (see video). Then a French tour group came in and they were miserable ...
... along with some from Monsters Inc. for some reason too - didn't get that. Another floor was dedicated to Star Wars and there was a massive R2D2 the 3rd years worked on. Anyway for lunch that day a whole floor was dedicated as a bazaar. Parents came in and cooked several meals for students to buy. I got touched on the face by 4 mums at one point. Every mans dream. The previous day I made a gorgeous packed lunch full of rice, broccoli, green peas, almonds ...
... restaurant for dessert. Turning 31 isn't too exciting, but how many people can say they've celebrated in a foreign country?
Tuesday I met our friend Eric from church so I could pass on some of our goods and then said goodbye for the last time. Even with that, I still made it to Let's Talk early, which is quite rare. There was no set topic, but we talked about gifts schools gives to their graduates, the fact that many of them still attend high school reunions every ...
3 puns for the price of 1 there! You lucky sods!
Had a pretty interesting day at school today. It was 4 classes of sannensei. Normally that's a bit of a pain, especially with one of the classes who have a few students who shout out and disrupt what I'm teaching.
I was tasked with creating a short warm up so I picked one I did before Christmas and varied it a little. It's basically a cheeky way to get them to pronounce words correctly and also get them to ...
... others got involved too. They were loving it. A chance to talk to a handsome foreigner? Sure! Unfortunately there wasn't any about so I had to do. They were loving it though. With my limited Japanese I was making them crack up. One teacher jumped up laughing and ran over and hugged another teacher (standard Spindler effect on women) about something I said. Never seen em so happy. Found out I can get a 20 minute earlier bus now whereas before I'd be ...