Dormy Inn PREMIUM Sapporo
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a, well a hanging scroll, but with special words on it. But wait, there were some 'flowers' next to it too which we had to observe, First off, not only was there literally just one bud that had developed (and thus it was just twigs we were looking at), but we had to officially observe it and comment and nod in appreciation. So I went up to the kakemono with my vice principle, we bowed and then stared at the 'flowers' and nodded and said "wow beautiful" and "hmmm ...
... finished I'd call on them to read a sentence out to the class to check if it was ok. When it got to the final sentence my teacher was like "Ah Mr Dec can I read?" I was like "Yeh sure Takeda Sensei, please!" He said "It's difficult for me to drink beer slowly." That set me off. I was just laughing in front of the students non stop. I couldn't control it. This is the same teacher (he's a legend btw) who tells me water is boring and beer is the best. He drinks every single day and ...
... students come up to me during breaks and lunch time saying things such as "thank you for English" or "you are my favourite teacher Mr Dec." No joke. Had about 15-20 students say it. Really made me appreciate this job.
It's strange to think I'll never see these students again (I'll probably give me email to the cool students but shush). It's similar to meeting people when I've ...
... peeps and candy canes just to name a few. Add all of this to the presents we already have under the tree from the Russells and we are all set for Christmas.
Tuesday was Let's Talk. The topic was about your favorite book among literary classics but I have to say I am not sure how many classics I have actually read. One lady had read Gone With the Wind after seeing the movie when it first came out. Another liked Shakespeare and had visited his home in England. I just said ...
... We saw a lot in a short time, then the guys took us out for the night to the very fun Rippongi area, famous for music, pubs and people watching.
My new buddy Anthony the Canadian used to work in this part of town, teaching near here and tending bar. Even though this was over 7 years before, he seemed to know everyone. There seemed to be people from all over the world here, all working in Tokyo. We had a great night, seeing the youth of Tokyo, music and pubs on ...