Hotel Grand Terrace Chitose
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... flights. I chose not to do this one, because it left later in the day and the layover was longer. So today, I got to enjoy the creature comforts of Naha and Narita Airports. The first flight was 12:10 pm. I had some snacks and used the voucher to buy sushi. Food at the airport was expensive. 800 yen only got me 12 pieces of maki. Once I got to terminal three at Narita, I had to make sure I was in the correct terminal for flight #2. There wasn't much in this terminal, as it's ...
... some time sitting outside in the cool air! My flight was on an airline called Jetstar.... Very cheap but perfect! I even got an emergency row seat with no one beside me! Flight was pretty quick. I am becoming a pro at the train thing so I was able to get on my train and my connection and was at the hotel in Tomakomai in no time! Found my team and they were getting ready to head to the fish market. I dropped my bag in my room and off I went to the ...
This morning we started off with our usual breakfast buffet. It's a great breakfast. Then Skip, Kara and I took the subway to the Shiroi Kobito Park, where there is a chocolate factory. The company's flagship product is the Shiroi Koibito cookie, which consists of two thin butter cookies and a layer of white chocolate in between. After the tour we went back to the hotel to meet Satoki, a guy that stayed with Skip and Tracey this summer. We ...
... br> And anti diarrhoea tablets because the side effects of the stomach medicine causes it...
So after examining my leg he got a blue gun type thing, held it to my head and somehow took my temperature instantly. After that weird Space Odyssey moment i was on a drip for 40 minutes. Most boring time of my life. And i've spent 9 hours in a train station with Dent and Dan in Malaysia. The town was ...
... I had been to, there is no cafeteria and students eat in their classrooms. I noticed that in the classroom I was in there were many sandwiches being eaten, which is funny because it's a big stereotype that Americans eat sandwiches for lunch. Not everyone eating them were Americans but it was the most people I have seen in one place eating sandwiches. I also got to overhear their chatter and tried not to laugh at the boy who was talking about how he was trying to grow facial ...