Sapporo Clark Hotel
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Here's our goodbye to Japan. Click the white square to play the video.
It's been a year it’s gone by fast
We knew when we started our time wouldn’t last
Goodbye tennis courts good bye mountain view
Goodbye huge ravens that we wished would just shoo
Goodbye running path and church big and small
Goodbye Super Kids best luck to you all
... was saying I was a typical gaikokujin by eating a lot. Yeh damn straight! So after the first course of chicken, mixed veg, French bread and a few other things was finished I went up again and got about 7 dishes this time. I was over the moon! Went up a 3rd and final time for dessert. I would have paid 2,000¥ just for this dinner! Every weekend I'm out somewhere with people (I'm a popular guy, I can't help it - I'm in demand) and usually it's at an ...
... know what things are.
Monday I needed to pay our rent and go to the post office. I also decided it was nice enough to go for a run, which I hadn't done since last month. The running path conditions, weather and the way I felt all surprisingly surpassed my expectations. After my run I actually had to go back to the university's payment office since my first trip to pay the rent was unsuccessful because although there was a guy there to take my money, the guy who has ...
... Luckily, by the time we headed out to dinner the snow had stopped but walking to the subway was a little icy.
Tuesday morning we bundled up and went to see the former Hokkaido government building. It's red brick really stands out from the dull gray buildings that surround it. We got done just in time to head over to Let's Talk. The topic was suppose to be about young olympic hopefuls but we didn't ever venture there. Instead, we talked about the differences ...
... wind was a bit from the side, but not gusty and nothing significant. Still, I can’t remember the last time I took off without a weather update or at least a windsock. And then to do so on such a long flight without the most recent en route weather! It was the most prudent, but without our sat phone working we had to get up in the air to speak with folks. All checks were good and thankfully today we didn’t have that damn ...