Sapporo Garden Palace
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... in Japanese what made it hard to understand sometimes. But there was still enough to see. The first floor had lots of information about the winter olympics of 1972. I learned for example that Schenk won a golden medal with ice skating. I always get a bit nationalistic if I am seeing something Dutch in another country.
The basement had lots of interactive games. You could try out a few wintersports. ...
... staff room and used amazing Japanese (well to me anyway) to ask a teacher if it was ok to eat lunch (わたしのӘ 2;るごはん| 34;たべても 356;いですか - yea buddy!). I dug in, overwhelmed with joy that I was eating lunch 2 hours early! Then I thought why don't I eat with the students as I normally do. So I packed it up and went to the music room. Came ...
... 4:30 and we knew that there was still another four hours or so to go. So we then went hunting for seats. Sue got one immediately and Barbara found a step at one side to sit on for a further hour and a half. By that time we were a few stations on and the numbers on the train were thinning out so Barbara went to find a seat and luckily was then able to keep it. During that time we had travelled up a spur to a station and so the train reversed when it came out of the ...
... the Mexican missionary, came as well so we each had someone to talk to. The conversations we have make me laugh because we use vocabulary from 3 different languages, English, Spanish and Japanese. The children of the staff members were there as well so I interacted with them some too. Except for the pastor's kids, they don't know much English and they speak to me in Japanese. I usually don't understand and just nod my head. At some point, the pastor's ...
... this peaceful town. It was getting dark, I walked back to the hotel and was greeted by some businessmen staying in the next room over. They called me into their room with big smiles and handshakes, you can imagine what happened next. They had all kinds of food, beers and put it all in front of me. We shared a great meal together, they were traveling from Sapporo to Kushiro for business and stopped here for the night.
They said I had picked a good place and wondered how ...