Hotel Mystays Sapporo Nakajima Park
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... occupation is bad for them.
I heard from someone else on another tour, that his tour guide told his group the North and South made a peace treaty in principle, but when Kim Jong Un went to sign in, the South Korea Prime Minister nullified it. Why didn’t we hear about this? Why wasn’t it on the news?
We were warned not to take pictures of military personnel throughout the trip but this was reiterated to us at the DMZ. “You must not take pictures of ...
... wary of this, but I didn't think twice about accepting her gift nor drinking it later. However, it wasn't very good.
At class on Wednesday Pamela presented me with one of her stitching creations, a bookmark. I was glad she was able to make it to class and didn't get stuck in her neighborhood due to the weather, because I had made a carrot cake to share and had picked this kind because I know she's searched for it here unsuccessfully. It turned ...
... skating. The rink is in the middle of an outdoor stadium and from the hoses laying around, it looks like they just spray water on it every night. It wasn't the smoothest rink but it was an oval made of ice so it worked. It was super cheap to get in and rent skates, less than $6. Maybe they should start charging a little more though and buy some new skates because they were all extremely old and worn out. It was a little uncomfortable but we sucked it up. Beto ...
... it was the right way or not. The waitress brought out a cast iron pot to the grill in the middle of the table. In the pot they had already combined soy sauce and sugar. Each of us then got our own plate of meat and vegetables, which you cook yourself in the hot liquid. The waitress also brought our table a pail of raw eggs. The Japanese aren't afraid to eat raw eggs and they are used as a sauce for many different things. For this meal, you dipped the meat or vegetables in ...
... to leave Tokyo for Sapporo. Arriving in Sapporo was completely smooth mainly due to the fact 2 great people (Steve Yamamoto and Maria Abe) who already live there helped us. Met our branch trainer Jimmy at the airport in Sapporo and he mentioned he’d seen my video which was taken that morning! He commented on how much passion I had and where I had taught before. When I said nowhere he was like “you what?”. He mentioned he had trained and knew people from the ...