Hotel New Budget Sapporo
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... bath overlooking the lake with the surrounding mountains. The hotel we were staying in was situated adjacent to a bird nature reserve, but apart from a lovely Great Spotted Woodpecker performing his carpentry on a tree directly outside the hotel, we didn't see anything! Feeling a little slow after an extended evening of sake and Sapporo beer, putting the world to rights with Ben, we headed off to Sapporo to find out more about the local beer! Japan has a great, efficient ...
... s shaped liked right angles.
27) Japan isn't all neon lights, bars, hot girls in short skirts, restaurants and thousands of people having a good time at night. Susukino (where I live) however is.
28) Greek yoghurt doesn't exist in Japan.
29) If you’re not Asian, you will be stared at by pretty much everyone everywhere you go. I love it.
30) Smoking is allowed pretty much anywhere.
31) There is a building near where I live that has ...
... be given a bed for the night. [insert horrific events and whatever story the guys have told]
"CHARLIE WE HAVE TO GET THE **** OUT OF HERE!" I screamed at him, waking him up into a drunken daze... "uuugh what? **** that." never the less i wasn't waiting around I left all my **** behind and ran out of the apartment and onto the streets. Having a full blown freakout running through the streets with no idea where I was I managed to hail a taxi. The driver spoke not a word of english ...
... time and no one was there. I'm not sure if it didn't run that day because of the use of the space for the special activities or if it was in honor of the Japanese founding day holiday that day but we were still able to enjoy things like making origami and practicing our name in kanji, one of the 3 systems of writing in Japanese. We also played with some traditional Japanese wooden toys, and "sumo wrestled" by tapping a box with our fingers on our "side" to try and make two ...
... could have at least helped me out with key chain.
I was able to make it over to the cafeteria for lunch even though I didn't go to Let's Talk. Mariko and Hiroko were on their way out but they made sure to share some food with me before they left. Mariko had just been away and brought back omiyage and Hiroko gave me two apples. I sat down with some other Tuesday regulars and then got some drift ice shaped candy from Tamura San. I've been able to try so many things ...