Best Western Hotel Fino Sapporo
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... us no control at all, some teachers make us just teach from the textbook but he allows me a little bit of free will. I made presentations on my iphone using the target language and the kids love it. I include things like pokemon or pictures of myself to make it funny and interesting and they seem to grasp the grammar more easily that way.
Anyway got 5 weeks left at that school after summer. Now though, my attention is solely on Mt Fuji! 1 week day! ...
... else! It was great. We took All Nippon Airways to Japan. The plane was the Boeing Dreamliner, and yes it was kind of dreamy.
Each seat had its own personal entertainment system in the seat in front of us. There was a controller to play games. There was music, television and of course movies. The movie selection was the best I'd seen. There were so many titles ...
... well because there were a lot more people there than space, but we still had a good time. Luckily we got there early and didn't have to wait to get in but we had to wait to do some of the activities. We made rice balls, arranged flowers, did origami, practiced calligraphy, participated in a tea ceremony, and tried on kimonos.
The rice balls were easy enough, salt the bottom of the bowl, add a scoop of rice, add a spoonful of salmon ...
... a restaurant and got lots of food and more drinks. And then everyone headed home on the train and we went to get a taxi.
The next day we went to the craziest place I’ve ever seen. You think the music box museum sounded weird? It’s got nothing on Namco Namja Town. Located in Ikebukuro’s Sunshine City, it is like an amusement park, with very little amusement. The main reason we went was for the bizarre ice cream flavours but we stayed for the weirdness. ...
... we paid the original price and went on our way.
The next morning was spent making our way to the Ishiya Chocolate Factory which is one of the strangest places on Earth in our opinions. They don’t even make chocolate, but cookies filled with white chocolate. We had a great time wondering through the outside garden, throwing snowballs at our friends and looking through the odd collections of old toys, statues of Abraham Lincoln and a Terminator ...