JR Tower Hotel Nikko Sapporo
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We started off with a very early morning. I managed to persuade Joseph to go with me to the morning fish market at 5.30am so it was a 4.45am wake up as I had to finish packing before we left. Some of the stalls were just opening up but there were quite a few that were still closed at 6am.
Years ago, when I was here on Owen's winter trip …
We decided to try the a Western breakfast this morning at the cafe on the 1st Floor. Robyn and Trevor were already there. We had the full breakfast. I opted for the omelette and Joseph had the fried eggs. We had soup, salad, toast, yoghurt, ham and sausages. Unfortunately, the omelette was too runny for me so Joseph had another helping of eggs. …
We had a late start this morning. We were to meet at the station at 10am. Even though I had set the alarm for 6.20am, we dawdled around the room till almost 8am. We decided to go the the 35th Floor breakfast at the Japanese restaurant. They had limited seating at any one time so we had to wait our turn. We whiled our time away by taking photos out …
... of that night. Apparently I went downstairs and arm wrestled a massive rugby player. he said the loser has to do a tequila shot. I lost 7 times in a row and did 7 tequila shots. Ouch. The next 3 hours I was in the toilet throwing up and being unable to even walk. Luckily my good mate Dan was there with me and only God knows how he managed to stay with me. That man deserves a medal. He even cleaned the floor up. Legend. This is all what my mates have told me. I don't ...
... call me for a different thing. The first test was just like the one at home with the little house that you look at and starts to get blurry so they can kind of guess how blind you are. As I started the next thing the lady who was performing the test said something and kind of tapped my hand and I heard her say pupil. I thought they were bringing down the little things that touches your eye ball and I was a little worried that it was going to hurt because they ...