Sapporo Hotel Yamachi
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I was just laughing out loud and my teacher was just going "Greg has good volleyball skills but no friend skills." Another teacher came and sat down and said in Japanese "Are you talking about Greg? He's funny, but is strange. He has no friends" Again I was laughing but thinking poor kid haha. He always speaks to others haha.
So today I was reviewing with sannensei 'It's (easy/difficult) for (name) to (play/study/eat/watch). I had spent 3 hours previously cutting ...
... to everyone. It's not customary to give them gifts but I thought it's basically a must. They've made this into a truly wonderful experience for me and a job I've never regretted taking a single day. Stationary was suggested by my teacher as sweets are completely off limits. So I gave them all a 2 ended highlighter sort of pen (which they use every day). If you gave a pen to a student in ...
... florist. Just another addition to our holiday decor.
Chris came back from the university Monday night with two boxes shipped from home. The first was from Betsy and included things like pop tarts, pringles and hot chocolate. Not to mention socks, a paddle ball and advent calendar. The second was stuffed by my mom and aunt and had some wrapped presents I knew were off limits until Christmas. The food however I figured was fair game so we will soon be enjoying chocolate, ...
... was the most international group of people I had ever seen, I counted people from 25 countries.
It was amazing, Kyoto seemed to be a gathering place for all kinds of people. The fact that I had fallen into this group was fantastic, my hitchhiking stories seemed to give me some street cred. The show lasted late, I ended up in someone’s apartment for a drum circle house party (five Senegalese guys drumming) until late in the night, I should have felt tired but I ...
Saturday we met up with Cyril, the visiting Post-Doc and Andres, who we met some weeks ago on our bus tour to Lake Toya. Sapporo has an iconic T.V. tower that looms at one end of Odori Park and although we've seen it alot, we have never been to the top. What better way to get there then to take advantage of special stair-climbing event they had this weekend. Thankfully, there was a nice breeze and 453 steps really didn't seem like that many once we got to the top. Half way up you ...