Hotel Clubby Sapporo
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... the morning and finally began doing press ups albeit wall press ups. I struggled doing 5. He said I was roughly one month away from fully recovering but in that state I couldn't help but think it might be a tad longer. Anyway later that night I went round to my mate's for a few pre-drinks. We had a few games of smash bros and el vino did flow. We left to go to a 2 hour drinking party and met all my other mates.
I thought I'd take it easy all night and have a few beers ...
... am spending too much time travelling and I already have a long way to go south to get to the latitude of Tokyo and start my southern adventures. Some big travel days ahead!!!Surprisingly Sapporo ( or thereabouts ) is on the same latitude as the French Riviera. I think it is a little colder though!!!! The last few days have been about 12 degrees and a little less at night. I heard that in Tokyo it is over 30 degrees!!! Such a big difference over not so many ...
For all of you who thought to yourself, "Wow, Chris and Jamie have a free place for me to stay in Japan, so I should go visit", Shane actually followed through and we welcomed him here Saturday night. For all of you others, you're time is running out.
Our visitors seem to come at times when we are experiencing big weather events, like Chris' parents coming after bad flooding in Kyoto or my dad flying in after a typhoon hit Tokyo. Shane narrowly escaped the first significant ...
... The sidewalks were pretty much a huge mound of ice so it was slow going down the 7 blocks or so. We stopped once to take a picture in the shape of a heart and took another photo a few blocks further at the end holding up our cans of Coke, who was a sponsor. It was fun to see people actually smile for once as they saw us walk by!
At one of the corners one of the little boys who was with us came up to Chris and stared up at him. Then he hugged Chris' leg and stared up ...
... at 200MPH. The
technology was fantastic, the ride very comfortable, why these don’t exist all over the United
States, I don’t know.
The world looks different at this fast of a speed. In 1 ½ hours, we made it back to Tokyo, absolutely incredible. I caught another train to Narita airport, said goodbye to this most
amazing country and was in the air and touching down in Seattle soon. Thank you Japan, for an excellent trip, great memories and personal ...