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Haven't done a blog for about a month. Everyone kept saying, "Oh Declan we love your blog please write more" and "Oh Declan it's the greatest and funniest blog ever" and "Oh Declan you're so handsome". Joking of course - they didn't say 'please write more'.
So here we go. Errrrrrrrr updates. Finished for summer finally. 13 straight weeks 5 days a week. The next term is slightly longer at 15 weeks but has about 5 or so 3 day weekends so that should ...
... but I started raising my hand when others raised their hands. I stood behind Kara and raised my hand pretending to be Kara's hand. It didn't work. Next thing I knew I was volunteering to show how they sealed beer cans and I sealed a top to form a piggy bank beer can. Jenn and Kara scolded me for taking away the position from this other girl who also tried to volunteer, so I gave the piggy bank to that girl. At 10:30am we sampled Sapporo Classic ( only sold in Hokkaido ) ...
... down and then you can pretend you know what you're doing and look like a pro.
The machines have an English option, so that's good and I thought it was funny how the digital panel lets you know what type of food you have been able to burn off through your efforts. For example, the first food you have to burn off is candy and then a few calories later you see your progress in burning off a cup of coffee and because it's a Japanese machine, eventually I ...
... they should be.
Chris was most amused with the entertainment that they had. Not the actual entertainers, but rather the 30 year old men jumping and singing along while all of the teenage girl groups performed. This is from a performance from last year's market, look at the demographics of the fans cheering them on:
The Golden market is right in ...
... it from above though because it’s not allowed human contact. Quite impressive. The next hotel we stayed in was a very Japanese one, we slept on tatami with a futon. We had dinner on the second floor in cute little Japanese style rooms and then went down to the village to look around the stores. This area is very reminiscent of the old Ainu that used to live in Hokkaido so most of the stores were wooden carvings styled in the Ainu tradition. The people who owned the ...