Hotel Route Inn Chitose Eki-Mae
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... since 1905 was forcefully taken over by the Soviets and forced the Japanese islander to relocate to Hokkaido and up til this day, the Japanese people and government are still bitter with the Russians about returning the 4 islands to the rightful owner. Even though the Russians occupied the southern Kuril island, not one Russian lives there.
I returned back to my room and dropped off my bags before heading ...
... lunch watching people ski down the mountain as I stayed warm while having sushi and miso soup.
After lunch I went back to skiing and did some of the easier runs. It was really embarrassing when I accidently skied into one of the fences. Apart from that the day was unbelievably good. I was glad that I went when I did because the rest of the time the it was snowing to heavily to go skiing.
... his mustache wouldn't grow.
At the end of the day I was straightening some desks when a small group of students came back in. The girl said, "Oh don't worry about doing that, we'll take care of it". Even though I know it's the cultural practice to have a cleaning crew of students come in in the afternoon, it was still very strange to hear.
Tuesday morning Chris and I went out for a run before I had to meet with Yuko at Mister Donut for English conversation. I guess ...
... our exposure suits for hopefully the last time on this adventure and each took a minute. There wasn’t really much more we could do and conditions couldn’t possibly be better, but I was still humbled and scared. The day and night on Attu had been very memorable, but it was time to set off.
We were at our weight limits so made sure we had the ability to use all of the 6000+’ if Attu’s runway if we needed ...
... br> In the end it hit the side board and i completely missed. It went too high and too wide. Was probably the worst shot i've ever done in any sport and half the school saw it. I tried blaming it on the wind but a) we were inside with all windows shut and b) they didn't understand me. Should have pretended my wrist hurt or something or i got distracted by something.
At the end i spoke to the P.E teacher and another teacher who helped out saying how ...