Sapporo Hotel Yamachi
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85) In England if we write a sentence but then realise we have missed a word out, we add that little triangle thing below the sentence in between two words. Well the Japanese do the same, only we write the missing word above the sentence (with the arrow pointing up to show where the missing word is) and they write the word below (as if it’s an open bracket).
86) I get called “Cool” about 10-15 times a day.
87) At all the schools ...
... website we had a confirmed high of 46 degrees in the afternoon! There were huge puddles everywhere, and the cushy snow that had been easy to walk on had melted away, so I was left to slip and slide on the icey base.
Since it was a nice day and I was on foot rather than subway, I stopped at the grocery store on my way home. I knew I only had about $80 in my wallet and made sure to add up my purchases as I went along, but math has never been my strongest subject and I sweated ...
... is impeccable and I'm sure would be so even without having been an exchange student in Oregon in high school.
Monday morning we had the San Francisco and Seattle football on, but Chris slept though most of it since he's been nocturnal the past few weeks and working throughout the night. It's always nice to have a little taste of American culture. My original plan had been to go to the gym but it was closed for some reason, and I'm sure it wasn't because of ...
... and kept going out of time is what he meant.
So then after a couple of pints with them I meet up with a couple of guys in my building. We have a few drinks and are about to head out when a group of Canadians and one girl from Kyrgyzstan (a beauty) asked us to stay for a few more drinks. After a few free shots from the barmen my ALT buddies went home but I stayed out with the new gang till about 3am. On a Friday too. Now all you want to do on a Friday after ...
... door to see the Dr. The clinic is only 2 blocks from our apartment, which is good to know. It's only open for a short time period in the morning, and not open every morning, which is also good to know. Although it would have made a much more interesting blog post had he of not, the Dr spoke English. This meant the visit went fairly smoothly. The front desk was expecting me, so I handed over my insurance card and they took care of the rest. They came out into ...