Sapporo Garland Hotel
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... OK I’ll let the restaurant know.”
We got to the restaurant. It felt like I was playing Golden Balls or something. There was about 20 gold dishes in front of me and my [opponent] mate. I said “Split or steal” but he didn’t get it. I thought that was a genius comment. Anyway as we were eating the dishes/picking our cash amounts, the soup arrived.
I tried it. It was a little spicy. The meat was not good. It was soggy and tasteless. It ...
... didn't go as well. I'm not sure weather it was the difference in pan size or a miscalculation in converting from cups to milliliters or grams, but it definitely looked more like a raft than a cake. I also failed in trying to make the cream whip, so instead of nice and fluffy it was like a runny fluff. Oh, well. The best part of the night was catching up with our friends anyway, so who needs perfect meals?
Saturday after Chris was done working he went to get ...
... was absent since she didn't miss much. Pamela had sent me an e-mail the night before to say that she might not make it to class since it had been snowing for days and she might be snowed-in. It's amazing how much difference a few miles can make since it really hasn't snowed all that much here in the city recently.
Thursday I learned something new and that is, olive oil coagulates when you walk home from the grocery store in the cold. When I pulled it out of ...
... were going to get across that we were here to pick up shoes that they had on hold for us. I prepared in my head that I was going to say "last week, we came, you called, we return" and point to us and them where appropriate. Chris grabbed the display boot from the shelf and I actually only had to get out "last week" and the girl knew exactly why we were there. Sometimes it pays to be a foreigner and stick out.
After the store, I tried to visit the German Christmas market ...
... welcoming and I did the whole exchange of the business cards perfectly (I think). When I mentioned I was staying in Susukino they were so jealous and going “sugoi!!” (great). After being told I was very handsome and the girls would love me (standard day for me then) we left and I spent about £200 on bed stuff and room stuff. Opened up a bank account, did health insurance, registered at the ward office and went to buy a phone but it was £300 and then ...