Nest Hotel Sapporo Ekimae
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... was faced away from my mates but I remember shouting, "remember guys, it's a cold day." She struggled getting them down my legs (wonder why) so a paramedic helped her. He must have actually brushed my penis 3 times. Saying "sorry" each time. Be sorry the first time mate. Times 2 and 3 should not have happened If you feel gross skip the next paragraph. Anyway the nurse lubes up and starts poking in and out. In and out. In and out. In and out. Suddenly without any warning BOOM! ...
... but it was still an experience. We were only a little more than an hour early but ended up at the front of the crowds in the first wave of people to be let in once the doors were open. Right behind us, police officers formed a human chain by standing in a line with their lit batons out and separated us from the next wave of people. They held their batons out for over a half an hour to keep us separated, which I am sure was also occurring at other points down the ...
... by then he understood my journey. They were laughing, slapping me on the back. Apparently, they had caught delicious fish and octopus and fish, and were inviting me to eat and drink with them.
I think he had had a few drinks already this day, normal I guess because they were fishing. He finally understood that I had no place to stay, he told me that the bunkhouse wasn’t open or perfectly clean yet but that I could stay there if I wanted for a few days until ...
... distance. Printed off the return label 10 minutes after it arrived....
One teacher here is so crazy. She has loads of ideas but she tries too many at once and it doesn`t always pay off. There was an open class where parents got to see their kids being taught and she asked me to come along. It got to the end and we had to have a conversation to demonstrate to the kids the target language. It was meant to go something like:
Me: Where are you ...
... them off on the other side of the river and the view was amazing so even the Japanese people weren't listening to them and just kept stopping to watch. We at least had an excuse that we didn't really know what they were saying. It was really annoying for the first 10 minutes or so of the police repeating the same thing over and over and every now and then having to move a few steps over so it looked like we were moving but eventually the police realized ...