Hotel Resol Trinity Sapporo
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... stores, like how they went sky diving! I found the reddest looking ground meat that I could find, which we commented that it almost looked like real beef. You're never quite sure what kind of ground meat you're buying at the store, but this seemed pretty close to beef. I also used the rice cooker to make red rice, which was super easy and a way to change up from the plain white variety. Then I thought I'd try to be fancy and make a tres leches, or 3 milk cake, ...
... br> Once he and his family left we met up with the others and enjoyed Italian for dinner. The linguistic make-up of the table was mind boggling. Nobori San only speaks Japanese, the Japanese woman from church knows some Spanish, Beto obviously speaks Spanish, knows English pretty well and knows some conversational Japanese, Ronald can only speak Spanish, Carolina speaks Spanish and knows English pretty well, I can converse In English and Spanish and Chris ...
I returned from my trip with Betsy on Monday night and real life started again on Tuesday. It got off to a good start though because my mom had sent a box of Thanksgiving goodies and I opened it right up when Chris brought it in. I felt comfort in knowing that we would have some traditional Thanksgiving essentials later in the week to add to the things Betsy brought. Who knew I would be so excited to see the makings of green bean casserole and macaroni and cheese!
In the afternoon ...
... with the large bindings.
The interactive area had several sports simulators - bobsled, ski jumping, speed skating, figure skating and hockey. I'm pretty sure this are was set up for children, but the group I was with tried out most of the simulators. I tried my hand at ski jumping, speed skating and bobsledding. All the Olympic records are safe with me around.
After all that ...
... and a half away. That means I have to leave the house AT 7am. Meaning I have to get up about 6am. 5 days a week. URRGGHHH!!! Don’t think Dent has even seen 6am before. Back to the school I was told that they are competing national in a couple of sports such as tennis which is pretty cool. I walked in and wore size 5 shoes for my indoor footwear so that was good. I met the principle, vice principle and 3 English teachers (who didn’t speak English haha). But they all ...