Nest Hotel Sapporo Ekimae
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... to win after all the hardwork they had put into it. You can see how much it meant to them because both the boys and girls were crying when they didn't win. Usually a few girls cry in most classes when they don't win but i've never seen any boys cry. Shows they were truly passionate about it. I invited the pianist and conductor to the front of the class and presented them with the certificate (for beautiful voices) and trophy (Mr. Dec's trophy). ...
... subway stop Gakuen Mae
And to all of our friends to whom we had to say bye
Goodbye to Lunch Bunch and people at Let’s Talk
Goodbye to the men showing us where to walk
Goodbye to the things we experienced everyday
Like bowing, sumimasen, and hai dozo they’d say
Goodbye to chopsticks we mastered that skill
And to the girls who wear skirts though in the air there’s ...
... what the procedure is. Do I go in with clothes and change? Do I wear sandals? Do I keep pants on? Do I pose for pictures etc? So I had to wait for 10 minutes for someone else to come in and then copied him. Now admittedly I was looking at a Japanese man getting undressed but I had no choice. He picked up a white towel and wacked it over his John Thomas (that's not his mates name btw). He then proceeded to enter the onsen naked. Spindler left it ...
... wall hanging and stockings. The tree was $10, not just $1, but it will do. I tried to talk Chris into the pink or white option but he wanted the green one instead. Now our apartment has some holiday cheer!
Before the day ended I made sure Chris opened the first tab on his sushi advent calendar I had gotten him in Tokyo. Underneath each picture of sushi is the Japanese and English for what it is. This calendar will probably come with us the next time we go to eat sushi so ...
... flurries really started to pick up! Once we got across though and started wondering around the Susukino area, they tapered off. There were a few temples and or shrines in that part of town that I had never seen, they weren't as interesting to look at as ones I've seen in other parts of Japan but I was more interested in them because I didn't know they existed there!
We made our way up through Tanukikoji, the covered shopping district and we stopped at the Don ...