Hotel Leopalace Sapporo
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... celebrate the Great Leaders and being freed from Japanese control) being held several times a year which cost millions to host.
North Korea also stands accused of abusing human rights. Reports of rape, torture, public executions, slave labour and forced abortions in prison camps have emerged over the years. It is said that there are around 16 prison camps holding an estimated 200,000 people of all ages. Some who haven’t even committed a crime but are there because someone ...
... s a dish known as Genghis Khan. It’s an all you can eat meal consisting of meat and vegetables which you cook in front of you on a cauldron-like-stove. Need I say more?
69) If you can find a beer cheaper than $5 anywhere, savour it, rejoice, tell all your friends and family and enjoy it while it lasts.
70) Gambling is illegal in Japan. Instead they have Pachinko establishments in which you trade money for balls. You put the balls in a slot machine and ...
... catching a bus back because my friend Gabe happened to be working at the high school near the village and was giving us a ride when he was done working. We were headed down the steps when Gabe pulled up, so we had perfect timing, and I really appreciate Gabe bringing us back. I told him he's my favorite North Carolina JET (Referring to his English teaching position here in Japan).
Our new friend Kaitlin had come back with us too, so we got her to the subway and then Shane and ...
Beto and I have been getting a ride to the subway station from one of the church members which is really nice since it's dark when we leave. I accepted the ride but decided to walk from that station to the gym since it's only at the next station, and I felt like walking would be a warmup to running. It was pretty cold, but the walk didn't take more than 20 minutes, and even though I slipped a few times I never fell. However, once I got to the gym, I realized ...
... it was hard to look outside because the sun was reflecting off of the snow and it was so bright. My friend Pamela, who lives about 40 minutes away, sent me a picture because they were having a snow storm. I sent her a picture back of our sunny skies.
In the late afternoon we headed out so Chris could play soccer with some guys from the big church. It was very casual and boys from little to big were playing. I think they put Chris in the goal a lot because ...