JR Inn Sapporo
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... though. Huge shopping complexes, many underground (for the winter cold).Went to the Hokkaido University Botanical Garden ( and the university campus and park) looking for the elusive blossom. Found a bit but mostly it is all gone - summer is here. A little bit of cherry blossom left (no plum), but plenty of tulips and daffodils, azaleas, rhododendrons etc. so was OK.I finally met a couple of other backpackers. Until now I had not met any other ...
... the hand-full of kids there and for some reason the moms really got a laugh out of the name Yolanda, which appeared on the practice sheet for the letter Y. Every time I pointed to a worksheet, the mom chuckled when I said the girl's name. Walking back through the snow and wind to the subway was not fun, so I was happy to finally make it back in for the night. Now it's time to pack up for our next adventure; Matsuyama and Tokyo.
... She said yes but then said some other stuff. I tried to confirmed but since she didn't pull me off of the bus when I got on I figured I must be ok. Then the bus started making funny turns like the wrong bus I took before. In the end though, it went to where I wanted to be and I got to see the things on the street that runs parallel to the one I am usually on.
Saturday morning we joined the Hokkaido Little Santa Run in Odori Park. Chris' boss' wife, Akemi, had told us ...
... 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. ...
... years old and even though the crosswalk sign was green, her and a friend were busy playing rock, paper, scissors on the corner (which is very popular here by the way). It didn't look like they had any intentions to cross the street but once we started to go, she darted across. AHHHHH. Luckily, the brakes worked.
My busy week continued on Saturday and I was back in Otaru to tutor for the last time. I tried to enjoy the scenic view from the train as much as I could. Back in Sapporo ...