Hotel Leopalace Sapporo
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... along with some from Monsters Inc. for some reason too - didn't get that. Another floor was dedicated to Star Wars and there was a massive R2D2 the 3rd years worked on. Anyway for lunch that day a whole floor was dedicated as a bazaar. Parents came in and cooked several meals for students to buy. I got touched on the face by 4 mums at one point. Every mans dream. The previous day I made a gorgeous packed lunch full of rice, broccoli, green peas, almonds ...
... coins, and my thoughts about my time in Japan. One man asked me why I came to the plaza every week to talk to them, and I explained that I had the free time and enjoyed talking with all of them. I wonder what ulterior motive he was expecting from me?
My friend Mariko unfortunately couldn't come today, because her husband is having some heart problems, but my friend Yu was able to make it. Yu just graduated from nursing college last week and will move to ...
... similar sounding words. The Japanese have difficulty with 'R' and 'L'. So one example is Rice and Lice. I'd write both words on the board and say one about 5 times then get them to say which word was the one I was saying. It's quite a joy seeing a look of anguish on their faces while they try to interpret what to them must sound like 2 exact same sounding words. They actually focus on this more than any other activity or grammar point I've taught haha. And when they get the correct ...
... I feel like I have to get them done while I am here because I don't want to return to the states already feeling like I am behind with something. Hopefully I will only have to figure out how to get them all home.
Wednesday I went to class and shared some banana bread because it was Pamela's birthday. I also zoned out a few times because I was sleepy since I had stayed up late the past couple of nights reading a book on my Nook. Although I am already feeling quite ...
... and shrines, the gap between rich and poor and any home remedies they had for sickness. One suggestion for prevention was to gargle a lot, which we both did when we came back to the apartment later that night. We talked with the men once we went over to eat lunch and Tamura San told us a little about Nagasaki, one of the cities on our itinerary. I also learned that I can do cross country skiing for free in the park across the river during the winter months.