Mercure Hotel Sapporo
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Very near the Susukino subway station.
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... my e-mail wasn't answered. Now imagine me having to ask the Spanish speaking guy in class next to me for help in Japanese class, which led to a conversation after class, that led to him asking if we'd like to come hear him play in his church where he was a missionary, which of course happened to be none other than the church I saw online. We attended, I got asked to come to Super Kids club, and thus have spent any available Mondays at Super ...
... people of Japan to come to know God instead. Once we were done we walked past the booths selling charms and other trinkets in the Shrine and visited some of the food stalls before heading home for the night. It definitely was a different way to ring in the new year.
The first day of the new year we were greeted with snow all day. Since it was still a national holiday and we weren't sure what was opened or closed we stayed in all day. Chris did work while I ...
... alien. They were sweet with big smiles, but couldn’t stop staring at me and by big backpack. Sometimes, a few words of the native language works wonders.
People started to interact with me and were quite helpful as we got into the sizable industrial town of Kushiro, 180K people. I made one connection, then took another train headed southwest, I had an idea that looked possible on my map, we would see. After about four
stops, I saw the stop I wanted to get ...
... and problem solved.
Friday night we were invited to go to the Indian restaurant with our North Carolina friends and some other friends of theres. 9 of us, all foreigners, went to dinner and then while we were hanging out at a different spot later some more of their foreigner friends showed up. Watch out, Sapporo, we're taking over the city. All of their friends are either English teachers or spouses of English teachers. We stayed at the restaurant until it closed around 10 ...
... I found myself being persuaded by some locals to enter a competition to prove my manliness. Yes.... I also was surprised to find out that even the usually respectful, meek Japanese men have to see who can **** the furthest every now and then too. Well, they are always curious as to what I got when I am at Onsen (Japanese male bath house for those of you who forgot from the last Blogs) so what better time to show it ...