Sapporo Garden Palace
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... English but to learn more about a new part of the world as well. Apparently her last tutor was Egyptian so she's ok with having a non-native, but very fluent, speaker. I'm glad I can leave knowing she'll have someone to take my place.
I was able to make it to Lunch Bunch after tutoring and they were really excited to tell me that there was a new American there that day from Maryland, which they knew was close to Delaware. One of the other older ...
... the awards ceremony since we wouldn't have understood what was happening anyway and hopped on the bus to get us back to the bus terminal. We hadn't had lunch yet so we patronized the bakery in the bus terminal and ate lunch on the benches amid the passengers waiting for their bus.
Once we were done lunch we realized we had an hour to kill before we were meeting people at the bus terminal for our afternoon adventure. Since we had an all day subway pass we ...
... a surprise. It doesn't just coat the ground, it makes like an inch or two out of no where. We went out to dinner again with everyone but didn't have to trek through the snow because we just took the subway and ate at a restaurant connected to the station. Chris didn't even use his new boots!
As an interesting historical note, because Japan lies on the other side of the international date line, it was actually already December 8th in Japan when the attack on Pearl Harbor happened. ...
... steel ice skates, and only in Japan......bamboo ski poles! and a pair of folding skis! I enjoyed seeing how equipment and clothing had changed over the years. One display allowed you to handle various types of skis and
skates. Cross-Country are definitely to lightest, but ski jumping skis, for as big as they are (long/wide) are also amazing light. Downhills are definitely to ...
... m tired” etc. then asking how they are feeling and making a quick relay game of it. This was hard bearing in mind there was 8 students (5 of which were trainers). Janken was played afterwards which is rock paper scissors and then this became criss cross which is a game to perform the $5 million questions in. These are basically set questions which the kids have learnt from elementary school such as “How are you feeling today?”, “What is your favourite ...