Hotel Clubby Sapporo
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... were stone cold hard men (oop) and so decided to do it in one go - this actually has an official term called 'Bullet Climbing'. 9:00am. Around this time I had decided to wack on my iPod playlist, keep my head down and just plough through to the next station and wait for the lads. 9:15am. I reached the next station and refuelled. I looked down and saw Beebe a few zig zags behind and the others a few more behind him. I decided, "Right I've got the energy, so I'll walk to the next ...
... just the normal 20 people in attendance, since there were more like 40. I'm not sure where these people have come from, but February was apparently a good membership month for them while we were away.
Usually I take something "American" to these potlucks, but I am also trying to use what I have in the cabinets, so spaghetti it was. I know it's American, but they have spaghetti in Japan, so it wasn't really something amazing. I did use Prego sauce though ...
We brought a box of hand warmers wrapped in some menus that were left in the lobby of our apartment building for our first gift. Our second gift was the last one picked and there was a little confusion as to what it was. The actual present was wrapped inside some chopsticks I had tapped together to make a box but one of the Japanese women got the gift and started talking about how the chopsticks will be useful when her and her husband move to ...
I got back, settled in and in a matter of weeks got a call from a good buddy in Canada. This was Mike, the guy I had met on the beach in Brazil all those years ago. We had stayed friends and saw each other from time to time. Mike had been working for Canadian Airlines, was leaving the company and had some airline passes that he had to use soon or he would forfeit them. He said “I have a free airline ticket to Japan for you, let’s go”.
It was a terrible ...
... to get a single word out of ninensei (2nd graders) and talking about how many girlfriends I have (8 apparently), which teachers I fancy (all of them including the janitor apparently) and what I`ll get up to in Susukino this weekend (what happens in Susukino stays in Susukino… apparently) with sannensei (3rd graders).
Oh yeh one more anecdote. Bare with me it`s a good`un. During the speeches ...