Hotel Monterey Sapporo
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The Hotel Monterey is located very centrally with easy access to the train station, restaurants and main attractions. Has a beautiful winter garden and good breakfast as well. Rooms are small, but hey, it's Japan!
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... walked around the extruded volcanic core of Mount Tarumae which exploded in 1909 forming a lava rock dome, which still seeps toxic fumes, making it quite impressive and unusual. The lower slopes are covered in beautiful alpine flowers and higher up are great views of the sea. The day we were walking there were seven to eight meter high waves crashing on to the beach, creating a dramatic auditory backdrop to the walk! Our final onsen in Hokkaido was also quite special, with ...
... 19) Health Care is ridiculously expensive.
20) City tax is ridiculously expensive.
21) Food and drink are ridiculously expensive.
22) Fruit is so expensive it’s not worth getting even as a treat.
23) 4 bananas cost around $3.
24) 8 strawberries cost around $8.
25) 99% of the time, the Japanese person you’re talking to will have a hidden talent or skill that will amaze you.
26) Most of the elderly have ...
... next to him and went to sleep.
The remaining girls all started speaking to each other in japanese while I sat there on the couch completely confused waiting for my filthy hairy muffed 5some. The girls separated into bedrooms and this one girl who I had not spoken to all night proceeded to grab my hand and lead me into a bedroom. 10 tall cans, half a bottle of spirits and countless pints later I wasn't in the state to argue, or see straight for that matter so I followed expecting ...
... specialty, Genghis Khan, or grilled lamb, that we cooked on the grill in the middle of our table.
Tuesday morning we went to the International Communication Plaza, where I thought we'd participate in their special cultural activities available during the snow festival and then stay for Let's Talk, an English conversation program I normally attend there on Tuesdays anyway. To my surprise, the Let's Talk program wasn't running that day, which I realized as it came closer to ...
... school and then back down again. Rinse and repeat. No teachers about at all. Just kids instructing each other. They then started doing press ups so i HAD to join in. After 30 they gave up so i did a few more to show off - they're kids, but i've still got to show them who's the best!
So after an array of close grip press ups, clapping press ups etc. I noticed that a group of girls on each floor were playing instruments such as the clarinet so i went ...