Hotel Monterey Edelhof Sapporo
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... but it's such a meh sport. Unless you're hitting something hard or going fast (oop) it doesn't interest me. Badminton, squash, skiing, football and even table tennis - you're still wacking the ball - are all proper sports. Basketball though. Dunno. Boring. The other sport going on was soft tennis which was pretty good. The soft tennis teacher is fascinated with me going to North Korea and told all his students haha. Good bloke. I had no idea soft tennis was even ...
... will practice for 3 hours. Mental. Another 3 hours tomorrow and a further 3 on Sunday too.
I strolled over to the girls volleyball practice first. Having played a massive 4 times with my first school Inaho I'd smack a few serves in and get a few "wow", "nice" and "oh my gods". Then I had a crack at a few basketball shots and my first 3 pointer I netted! Pressure was on too as the boys and girls team were all looking at me. I didn't let em down ;) Next i went outside ...
... there's always tomorrow! It was nice to just stay in for most of the day and watch the unexpected snow fall. It's not surprising that it snowed, it just hadn't been forecasted to snow so much. Chris and I did walk around the block for lunch, where I was deceived by the menu picture and thought I would be enjoying a nice salad. I should know better at this point, but was still caught off guard that there was just a thin layer ...
... and right now am borrowing lots of books from the library to download on my Nook related to Christmas. I did find out that the newspaper publishes part of a book every day in the morning edition. Apparently whatever book they are currently printing parts of has 3 volumes and started 2 years ago. I'm pretty sure they said it was somehow related to Buddhism.
At lunch I shared the candy canes my mom had sent. I'm glad to be able to share traditional things with them since ...
... tonight, we leave in 10 minutes”. I was in no position to resist, sounded really fun actually.
So this guy and his other huge Moroccan friend knocked at my door, stuffed me in a tiny car that was humorously small for two giants like them and zoomed off. I was suddenly in the middle of a huge pack of foreigners who all seemed to know each other. I went out to eat, then to an African live music show at a venue called “Bar, Isn’t It”. Inside of ...