Mercure Hotel Sapporo
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Very near the Susukino subway station.
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... my arm and shoulder. So anyway after my haircut the guy goes into the back room and gives me the biggest apple I've ever seen. His wife said "only you gaijin". Dunno what that really means so I just said thanks and left. Had a birthday party for a fellow ALT in the evening which was quality. £20 for the meal and unlimited drinks for 2 hours. The meal consisted of a sort of hot pot broth thingy with chicken, spuds and veg. Per-fec. We played the ...
... Friday. Luckily we could watch the whiteout from the apartment before having to go out once it settled a bit. We had some company though because the kerosene heater in the bedroom decided to stop heating and someone from the university had to come look at it. Our regular university representative came, but I didn't have to do any charades (i.e. like with the vacuum) because an English speaking woman accompanied him. We had never met her before, but she said she's seen us because ...
... time. I remember my house mate Tiff actually cooked me soup and brought it in for me laughing because i was crippled. Cheers.
Anyway i noticed it on Wednesday as a small bite or something and just ignored it. Come Thursday it had grown to about the size of a fist and was solid purple. Come Friday i was limping and in agony.
I went to the Doctor's and forked out $80 for:
... door to see the Dr. The clinic is only 2 blocks from our apartment, which is good to know. It's only open for a short time period in the morning, and not open every morning, which is also good to know. Although it would have made a much more interesting blog post had he of not, the Dr spoke English. This meant the visit went fairly smoothly. The front desk was expecting me, so I handed over my insurance card and they took care of the rest. They came out into ...
... One younger man in the group said he knew about Delaware because he has a business and wanted to incorporate it there.
I must have passed the Gaijin test (Gaijin is used to refer to non-Japanese) because I was invited to join a group of mainly older, retired men for their weekly lunch. A British man comes as well so he helped me navigate buying my food. The dishes are all displayed with plastic realia and have a corresponding number and color with them. You put your ...