Tokyo Dome Hotel Sapporo
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... dislocation will occur again once it's already happened actually scares me and makes me feel uneasy. The thought of it popping out again actually makes me slightly queasy. I've never had anything that's caused such anxiety in me - well except for asking out a girl... It's going to be a long long time till I'm back to my former self and I can't really comprehend that thought now. In the back of my mind I've always had The Army and Royal Marines as a potential career path. I applied ...
... should be allowed. We have been able to catch a few of the tournaments on T.V., but unless it's the summary, the actual match is really boring since it moves pretty slow. The wrestlers come out and they look like they are getting ready to fight, but then they both get back up and retreat to the side and go through the whole process many more times after that before the actual "fighting" begins, and that usually lasts a matter of seconds. ...
... After a late dinner we got a message from Sarah and headed down to their apartment to return a jacket and pair of pants I borrowed for skiing. We also were able to meet their brothers, who were feeling the affects of jet lag and were already all laying down for the night. We ended up staying and talking with Gabriel and Sarah but it didn't seem to bother the brothers, who were all fast asleep by the time we left.
Thursday was much like Wednesday, snow, work ...
... meal with them, sitting cross-legged on the floor with these guys. They all wanted to share food with me, I was stuffed after a little while. The captain had me into the wheelhouse and let me steer the boat for a bit.
They each of course had different levels of English proficiency, none of them hesitated to try it out with me. We talked of course of my trip, but about their town, nature, travel, politics and soccer. The coastline was rugged, cliffs along it. We ...
... from room to room. Almost all classes are with the same group of homeroom kids. No classes are mixed with different grades and only a few have mixed homerooms together. The homeroom classroom has student’s personal desk and locker, and is where we eat lunch. The upperclassmen dynamic in Japan is much stricter than the American teasing. If a person is older by just one grade or more, they must be called senpai, my senior, and must be spoken to in formal Japanese. ...