Nest Hotel Sapporo Ekimae
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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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 ...
... cash prizes from it. Someone this side steps the law and is considered ok.
71) On average Japanese people find British English easier to understand than American English even though they’re taught American English in school. They mostly agree however that Australians sound strange.
72) Dogs are 50% of the time either in a pram being pushed by their owner, or being carried in their owners arms.
73) You will be looking for a long time if you’re ...
So yesterday I was heading back from the gym when up ahead I saw the most mental woman in the world approaching me. I was like "JESUS!" She looked like Cruella de Vil but with a dash of the witches from Macbeth too. She was gross. Anyway as I got nearer she went "sumimasen" which is excuse me in Japanese. "FFS" I was thinking. Just my luck. Anyway she asks if I speak Japanese and I said I spoke a little. Turns out 'the old hunchback of notre sapporo' ...
... dark and then remembered that they have a tendency to be closed on Mondays. Darn. Even though home was just one more subway stop away, I admit I took the subway.
Tuesday I tutored, so I missed Let's Talk but still made it to Lunch Bunch. As soon as I joined the group they told me we were going cross country skiing that afternoon. I wasn't really prepared, but I quickly ate my lunch and we headed out. Just four of us went, Farah, Mr. Tamura, Mr. Horiguchi, and myself. Mr. ...
... between their vacation days and my sightseeing trips. Our friend from North Carolina, Sarah, came with me. I forgot how much I missed going and even though the children have lots of energy in the afternoon, I had a good time.
Tuesday I gave a private tutoring lesson and was left in the awkward position of having to ask her to pay me at the end. She's usually so good about giving me money as we are packing up but she forgot and was getting ready to walk ...