Hotel Ronshan Sapporo
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Hotel has good location in walking distance to subway, just one block across the street.
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... I was like, "Of course!" and they said they were looking forward to it. Anyway the party ended and my teacher came up to me and gave me 3500yen (£20) back because it was too expensive for me. I mean it is, but I don't mind paying it as a one off. Our salary is pathetic and the teachers get about £2500 bonus so it was nice to only pay half :) I didn't go to the 2nd party as that was 4000yen (£25) and just alcohol so i went home and played Football Manager into the night ...
... parents wouldn't be staying for lunch but 5 sandwiches still appeared and I couldn't convince them that only Shane was staying. This is one of those awkward cultural moments that I won't miss since nothing I said was going to prevent me from having to end up taking all of the sandwiches in the end. As it happened, Shane ended up with 5 sandwiches.
After spending some time talking at church over lunch with Eric, our friend from Ghana, Shane and I headed down to a special Yosakoi ...
Sunday was the little church's Christmas party. I sang Oh Holy Night, since I really like that song this time of year and figured no one else would be singing it. The Mexican missionary, Beto, played the soprano saxophone after me. We like to joke that he is Beto G, minus the curls. Because we haven't been to the little church in quite some time, we got to meet some new people. I had met Christine once before at Super Kids Club but was able to talk to her more over lunch. ...
... ingredients in a million different ways. The two major ingredients my families have used are soy and fish.
Soy can be made into miso soup, tofu, edamame, soy sauce, and tons of different variations on what seems like fried tofu. At the supermarket there is an entire aisle of tofu and soy variations.
We eat fish raw, boiled, grilled, fried, jerkeyed, steamed, baked - you name it, it can be done. ...
I made it to Hokkaido, the northernmost and least developed of Japan's four main islands. I made a stop in Amori and spent the night there before I got to Sapporo, the capital of Hokkaido. It is
also one of the nation's youngest major cities. In 1857, the city's
population stood at just ...