Mercure Hotel Sapporo
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Very near the Susukino subway station.
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So 2 weeks ago my mate Luke arrived in Sapporo. With a 25 hour delay he arrived a day later. Luckily my school had given me both days off (and I still got paid). So I went and met him at the station (the pose was returned) and he came back to my cupboard. Unfortunately he came to the country voted the worst place to be a vegetarian - himself being a vegetarian. So eating was always a problem but we found a place here and there and we often cooked back at the apartment. His meals ...
... she started shaking her leg, which she is prone to do. Instead of trying to find another table to sit at, or find a table in one of the other 500 Mister Donut's around, she sat there the whole time in a tiff, but then starting packing up as we packed up. She also decided that although we should be making less noise, it was completely acceptable to yell into her phone for a 15 minute conversation. This scenario made me contemplate the difference in how it would ...
... The climax of the party was the present exchange, which each person participated in by bringing a $5 present. In true Japanese fashion, we decided who would pick the next present with rock, paper, scissors, which is used to settle many things here. People opened things like a variety pack of chips, wine bottle topper and knife. Chris picked a boot full of things from my favorite store, the dollar store, like a face massager and a pair of gloves and I stole ...
... scene and we even went to the internet for a video on how to cut the bird but thankfully the South African husband stepped up to the plate and impressed us all, because apparently he had the skills but wasn't sharing that info. There was also venison pie, sweet potatoes, salad, corn casserole and a lentil dish. Luckily, none of that required knife skills to serve it. For dessert I made another apple pie and Sarah made a yummy pumpkin mousse. Yum, Thanksgiving part II was just as delicious.
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We have been successful in getting around by communicating, but remember that communication isn’t just speaking a language. In most daily situations we shrug our shoulders, politely smile when spoken to, and point, a lot. We do have a bank account, cell phones, and are registered at the local municipality but that’s only because Chris’ host professor was our saving ...