Hotel Keihan Sapporo
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... up to the 'special' area and make tea for her making sure I use the correct hand, the correct hand placement and do everything in the right order. I don't mean to brag but I did it abso-bloody-perfect. Even got a few pictures of me which I'm sure I'll get my hands on. At the end my principle came in and we had a chat about this and that. I then decided to stay at school for another hour and watch the sport teams. I probably could get away with playing a couple of sports now ...
... boys (English term btw, I don't mean boys who are rude, I mean like bad boys - who happen to be rude), and they would cause havoc. But if a teacher walked past they would stand up straight and greet them, talk to them, look them in the eye and apologise before carrying on doing whatever they were doing.
During the lessons this week I would have full out conversations about the imminent beer garden coming to sapporo with my teacher. The students are sitting there just ...
... students come up to me during breaks and lunch time saying things such as "thank you for English" or "you are my favourite teacher Mr Dec." No joke. Had about 15-20 students say it. Really made me appreciate this job.
It's strange to think I'll never see these students again (I'll probably give me email to the cool students but shush). It's similar to meeting people when I've ...
... peeps and candy canes just to name a few. Add all of this to the presents we already have under the tree from the Russells and we are all set for Christmas.
Tuesday was Let's Talk. The topic was about your favorite book among literary classics but I have to say I am not sure how many classics I have actually read. One lady had read Gone With the Wind after seeing the movie when it first came out. Another liked Shakespeare and had visited his home in England. I just said ...
... spoke of hitchhiking.
We played cards later in the evening and then turned in to bed about 11PM. The next morning I was woken by delicious smells from the kitchen. Our hosts cooked us an amazing breakfast of eggs, mochi, strips of nori, rice, bacon, toast and juice. We had a really nice visit, I got to tell my Hokkaido story one more time. We went with the family to see some lovely botanical gardens nearby, local temples and sights. We drove by Tokyo Disneyland, a ...