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... As I stepped off the train near my school I realised I had forgotten it. Bad times. Luckily when I got to school my legend of a 3rd year teacher said one girl was ill so he gave me her tickets to use! I received a free melon pan (like a sweet roll thing), free yakitori (meat on a stick) and a free coke. Not bad. Usually I eat with one class per day for lunch but as this was a special occasion I kept changing rooms and sitting with all my favourite students. ...
... for her new job. She was anxiously watching the clock, because the results from the nursing board exam were going to be posted at 2pm. While we were at lunch, her friend sent her the list of those who had passed and she was on it! When lunch was over, everyone wished me farewell and one of my favorite men, Mr. Tamura, told me to contact him if anyone I knew every came to Sapporo, because he'd like to offer to take them around. What a great example of why I'll miss ...
... is often a cheer around the class.
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Anyway after this 10 minute warm up the teacher split the class into groups of 4 and we played a board game type activity in English. Many squares you land on had students coming up to me and asking me a question or getting the students to introduce themselves. Other were gimmicks like jumping or 'go back to start'. One square ...
... signs and there's just so much underground that I can't see just by walking by. I took Pamela's suggestion of a vinegared chicken dish and really enjoyed it. Like the soup curry restaurant I like, when you order your rice you have to let them know which size rice you want. There's only an extra charge if you want an XL portion, so I think it's great that they ask so you don't waste food. I thought I had ordered just regular-sized but I ended up with the small size. It was ...
... t accumulate but made for a nice view during breakfast. Betsy got to Skye with her parents and then we headed to the bus station to make our way to an onsen, or traditional Japanese hot spring. The bus ride was about an hour long toward the start of some of the surrounding mountains of the city. In order to use an onsen you can not have tattoos (we didn't have to worry about this), you have to be completely naked (which is weird for the first 15 minutes or so) and ...