Sapporo Grand Hotel
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... properly for about 40 hours prior to that). The breakfast was toast, weird jam, one egg and cut up sausages. We boarded the bus at 7:30am. Ms. Kim told us the itinerary for that day before telling us a joke.
“Why was 6 afraid of 7? If you know the answer don’t shout it out.” Of course a Brit at the back of the bus shouted out the answer and she was not amused. We were all cracking up because it was ‘great banter’ (Partridge quote), but Ms. Kim was ...
... only knew the title words so would sing those in unison, then just mumble the harmony and pretend they were singing it. I belted out the chorus of 'We Will Rock You' and students were all stomping their feet and clapping their hands. It was quality haha.
Anyway fast forward to after lunch and i was teaching 3-2 class - the class who didn't win the chorus contest but almost definitely should have, I told them how proud i was and that ...
... apartment with door and ceiling so low
And goodbye to huge mounds of snow
Goodbye to my blog and taking off our shoes
Goodbye to Dlife whose shows weren’t so new
Goodbye appliances like the one that cooked rice
Goodbye to the moven (microwave +oven) which is quite a device
Goodbye kerosene heater that we thought would kill us in our sleep
Goodbye Daiso where I bought so ...
... had the shortest allotted time to finish overall and there were 12 check points you had to reach by certain times. If you didn't get there, then they pulled a rope across the street and you were shuffled onto buses that took you back to the finish line. Talk about a walk of shame when you got off of the bus and saw all of the people crossing the line getting their finisher's towels and medals. Oh well, we tried and now we will work harder to get faster for next time!
... at origami than I was so he had to help me finish my little origami t-shirt and I think he was better at calligraphy as well. By far the longest wait we had was for kimonos and I felt bad that they spent so much time dressing me up and I just went and took a couple of pictures and then took it off. I will say that they pulled it very tight and it did make me stand up straighter, but I wouldn't have wanted to of worn it for an extended period of ...