Hotel Route Inn Chitose Eki-Mae
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Today was a day off from Broomball. We decided to head to Lake Shikotsu. It was a bit of a chilly day and there were snow flakes at the lake. Lake Shikotsu is the second deepest lake in Japan. There was a small area with shops and a visitors center that we wandered around. We were looking for hot springs and the man at the visitors center sent us to the Marukoma Onsen. WOW so amazing. We sat in the outdoor natural ...
I wrote this story on a 2 1/2 hour bus ride and lost it so I had to take a breather and regroup. Ok, here we go again. This morning we went to the Chocolate Factory, Shiroi Koibito Park chocolate factory, shop and museum. This place makes a famous square Hokkaido cookie with a chocolate filling. Satoki Kon flew from Osaka to Sapporo just to visit with me. He is flying back on Wednesday. We met him back at the hotel after noon. Ani Rao joined ...
... ck" in my head because it was agony haha.
Anyway looks good and i can't wait to meet everyone new. Going to be a killer still doing a 3 hour round trip every single day. Urggggh. But it'll be nice to bond with more kids. Going to miss Inaho JHS though :( Some quality peeps there. I'm sure i'll go back and visit anyway.
But for now. I'm off to do what i do best! (Sleep for probably 5.5/6 hours then wake up at 5:45am to start it all again!
... husband took me back to the station. My only issue with the night was the next morning when I realized I had done quite a lot of jumping up and down with the little girl and my leg muscles were sore. This isn't good because our marathon is on Sunday!
Friday I started to take it easy in preparation for the marathon but Chris and I still went to see the opening night of Star Trek. Just like other opening nights we got a poster on our way in. How funny ...
Who would have thought that our fifth year wedding anniversary would be celebrated in Japan? Because we were awake at midnight, we started celebrating 13 hours earlier than we could have back in the U.S., but that's just a perk of living in this time zone.
In addition to the many other awesome things my cousin Krista did for our wedding, she made these prediction cards that guests could fill out with what they thought we'd be doing in 1, 5, 10, and 25 ...