Hotel Resol Sapporo Nakajima Koen
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... After an internal flight of 1h30, and a one hour trip by car (Willem managed beautifully, knowing that we got an automatic car, that we drive left, that everything is new and that you need to blindly trust the gps to bring you to your destination. Chapeau ;)), we arrived in Sapporo. It is already dark so we will discover the city tomorrow morning. For now, it is dinner time: crab, the local specialty ;) mmmm ;) it was a feast !!! See ...
1) Every one of all ages watches anime.
2) Japanese people don't know how to queue.
3) Japanese people don’t like to queue.
4) Its unusual not to work a 12 hour day.
5) Working on a Saturday isn’t anything out of the ordinary.
6) The subway trains arrive on time to the millisecond.
7) After 8 hours at school, 2 hours in an after school club, 2 hours at cram school (usually) and then a couple hours of homework, the kids ...
... swiftly followed by a pushy looking chav guy and planted themselves directly between me and the other guys, blocking our conversation as she continued to resist him and he continued to assert himself. finding Japanese women to be extremely unattractive I wasn't interested in starting anything with the man over him though i was ****** enough at them being right in the middle of our group that I told the douche to take their conversation elsewhere. Thinking I was telling him to back ...
... other, so it's nice that there is a lot to see and do once you're dressed for the chilly weather. The pictures don't really capture the ice sculptures' wonderment, but trust me, they were very artistic and detailed creations.
Our last stop for the night was the actual snow festival, and we walked down the streets until they started turning off the lights. We had seen some of the sculptures on the lower blocks when we walked to the performance hall in the afternoon, and we ...
... eye out). It was chaos at some points but everyone looked like they were having a good time and there weren't too many tears.
Tuesday I had a tutoring session with Yuko. The only thing I realized I don't like about meeting with her is that even though we sit in the non-smoking section of Mister Donut, I still smell like smoke when we come out. Gross. Yuko said she was going to ask me a lot of questions during our hour together, which I assume is because it's what ...