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... who kept me from any sleep.
Arriving in Japan was wonderful. The toilet are super clean and hygienic and Sapporo airport is that big that you can't spend a whole day enjoying yourself. And it was nice to hear people speaking English to you again while trying to buy a bus ticket. It was still a 2,5 hour bus ride to Obihiro. Luckily I slept almost all of my bus ride and it was so nice to finally arrive in Obihiro after 30 hours of traveling. And it was so nice to see Momo again!
... a stroll to the third years and started peering in the windows saluting, giving thumbs up and wiping away fake years. Suddenly the door to class one opened and Tara, a half Japanese half Senegalese student (one of the coolest students I've met) invited me in. I walked in and there were the 40 faces I'd seen and taught every day for the past 6 months. A student at the front, Maki, came up and said some words in Japanese before presenting me with a farewell ...
... two total if you are still on Santa’s list.
Although Christmas is small, “oshogatsu”, New Years, is HUGE! Children can look forward to “okuzukai”, a nice sum of money, and the annual trip somewhere in or out of Japan for a few days. My family is visiting Kyoto and going to Niseko Ski Resort in Hokkaido which has “the best powder snow in the world”.
Before New ...
... strength. Before I knew it, she ushered me into an extremely lovely room looking out on a little pond and some gardens.
This was an inn that mostly business travelers stayed in, guys in sharp suits were in rooms on either side of me. I guess this was my first time seeing a tatami room. They are just
lovely, designed around the dimensions of the very tight weave tatami mats that cover every inch of the floor. Room are designed around tatami mats, not the reverse. ...
... and problem solved.
Friday night we were invited to go to the Indian restaurant with our North Carolina friends and some other friends of theres. 9 of us, all foreigners, went to dinner and then while we were hanging out at a different spot later some more of their foreigner friends showed up. Watch out, Sapporo, we're taking over the city. All of their friends are either English teachers or spouses of English teachers. We stayed at the restaurant until it closed around 10 ...