Richmond Hotel Sapporoekimae
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Today I want to talk about 部活 (bukatsu) or Japanese club activities. These include things like baseball, badminton, soccer, volleyball, basketball, table tennis etc. Japanese teenagers and bukatsu go together like Ant & Dec, John Terry & racism, Karl Landers and loneliness or (*tries to think of a comparison for american readers*) Chris Kyle and Al Qaeda deaths. When a friend or neighbor’s child starts junior or high school, after ...
... in literally the worst possible location. Beebe jumped in the bulldozer with me and Luke ran (still can't believe he did it) all the way down with me. Between absolutely agonising screams I just remember him standing on the hill above me posing. We eventually got to the ambulance and by now the pain in unreal. Like seriously the worst pain I've ever had. I like to think I can handle pain but this was hell. I was screaming at the top of my lungs non-stop. The ambulance said it ...
... Christmas movie, A Christmas Story ("you'll shoot your eye out"), playing on the TV like we had had all day and Carolina said she had seen it, since it's played on Christmas in Colombia as well. Next to arrive were our two friends from Africa from the big church. Eric is from Ghana and Bongonni is from Malawi. They are also at the big university. Once they arrived, Carolina switched into English and translated very little for her husband. Throughout dinner though ...
... and then meet Mike later in the trip.
He was coming over with other buddies so was perfectly fine with that. I had been told that Japan was crowded, densely packed, very stressful at times. My goal was to find nature, native culture, something that was very different. I would go to the north island of Hokaido. I
studied like a maniac for a week, put a plan together and I was off from Seattle. I touched down in Tokyo and then two hours later caught a flight ...
... to be pushing the button to unlock the door downstairs so they could come up. Oops. I just figured they could let themselves in but I think I figured out that they kept talking on the phone because I wasn't pushing the unlock button. When they got to the door I handed them the vacuum and figured they'd exchange it for a new one. However then they started saying a whole lot of things I didn't understand. I thought maybe they wanted to know what was wrong with it ...