Hotel Okura Sapporo
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... us no control at all, some teachers make us just teach from the textbook but he allows me a little bit of free will. I made presentations on my iphone using the target language and the kids love it. I include things like pokemon or pictures of myself to make it funny and interesting and they seem to grasp the grammar more easily that way.
Anyway got 5 weeks left at that school after summer. Now though, my attention is solely on Mt Fuji! 1 week day! ...
... from. Kylie mostly watched TV, but I took advantage of the movies. I watched, Philomena, Gravity and 12 Years a Slave. I'm looking forward on the way home to watch some others. I honestly don't think I'll have enough time to see all the movies I want to.
The food was great on ANA and the service was awesome. We has Pork Cutlet Curry, which included miso soup, ...
... he was going to have to teach me today. Unfortunately there was no bunny slope and the beginners course looked like a death trap when I first saw it. We talked about a few of the basics and then I went down a little bump a few times and then we went up the ski lift. I can't say the first few times down were enjoyable but I didn't fall, so that was positive. We met up with Gabriel who was out on real trails snowboarding and him and Chris ventured off while I ...
I threw my pack down and unpacked my bag with my door open. I was shocked when this huge 6’6 guy stuck his head in my door and said hello. He was a jovial Moroccan student of advanced martial arts here for a couple years to perfect his art. I am not joking, he was wearing a white robe and pointed shoes like you might imagine on Aladdin or a genie. He
looked at me, heard a bit about my crazy journey, cackled with laughter. He said “you will come out ...
... what he was saying. The workers from the stalls came out and danced and clapped throughout the set, which included songs like Oh-Blah-Di-Oh-Blah-Da and Jeremiah Was a Bullfrog.
Later that night we met back up with both of the guys and went to dinner at an Indian restaurant before seeing the movie Elysium.
Monday was another national holiday, this one celebrating the Fall Equinox. Since people had off from work, there were more people out by the river today and there were ...