Hotel Okura Sapporo
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... or your friends down. You suck it up and get on with it. Aged 12. The good: Students love it. It's all I hear them talking about most of the time. "What do you like?" "I like badminton." "What will you do in your free time?" "Badminton." I know I said above that students are shattered (and they are), but they still love playing their chosen sport. They may be tired but so what, it's Japan. Everyone's tired. And that's what happens in Japan. As a foreigner I need ...
... elation. Luke came in recording me and I was just laughing non-stop. I'll never forget that. The pain vanished and I don't think my mind could comprehend it. I high fived both doctors and had my arm put in a sling. I went outside and saw one of the kids had a sling too. I pointed at him and said "kakkoi" (cool) and "onaji" (same). He smiled this time and I felt so much better. I gave him a thumbs up and him and his dad returned it :) The total medical bill came to 18,000¥ which ...
... people of Japan to come to know God instead. Once we were done we walked past the booths selling charms and other trinkets in the Shrine and visited some of the food stalls before heading home for the night. It definitely was a different way to ring in the new year.
The first day of the new year we were greeted with snow all day. Since it was still a national holiday and we weren't sure what was opened or closed we stayed in all day. Chris did work while I ...
... it looked very much like Godzilla. I threw down my bags in the big bunkhouse, normally sleeping about 20 but now just me with my choice of bunks. I lay down for a few minutes, took some gifts to my hosts. They took me at my word, had me clean octopus, sea urchin and fish. We were all pitching in, we all helped cook.
Before I knew it, we were all eating and drinking around a large lodge table. His wife was with us, the wife of one of the other men was there. The ...
We go back and forth between the big and little church but we were lucky enough to land at the little church this week where there was a guest speaker and a special children's activity in the afternoon. The guest speaker was a Boston-born pastor who has been living in Mexico for a number of years. He was quite funny, very animated and a good story teller. It was funny to see the translator's reactions to his sermon. We were entertained for most of his 1.5 hour ...