Sapporo Park Hotel
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... restaurant, which is my favorite. We gave Atuso and Akemi a card and a mixture of imported beers to thank them for all of their help this past year. I'm sure without them that our time here wouldn't have been as easy. They were our secretaries, concierge clerks, entertainers and question answerers. I hope they make it to the U.S. so we can try to repay their efforts.
We had planned on Gabriel and Sarah coming over after dinner but after we got caught up at the phone ...
... men directing people through the bus terminal and we heard Okurayama, which means Okura mountain, and hopped on the bus hoping for the best. It was snowing pretty hard by this point so we were lucky that we ended up in the right place.
Once we bought our tickets and got in there weren't many people around at all. There were however tons of costume characters milling about. There wasn't much happening on the ski jump so we spent some time getting my picture ...
... with the same intonation).
Friday I started baking cookies for our Christmas party at church on Sunday and then had to cut it short to go out to dinner with everyone again. I had used some chopsticks to fashion a cooling rack for the cookies, which just adds to my list of ways to use things in Japan that aren't for their real purpose (like banana bread in the rice cooker). This time we ended up at a Spanish restaurant, which I noticed right away because of the ...
... not. A wise man once said 'there’s no difference between confidence and fake confidence’. So for all of the demos with our instructors I soldiered on, again always volunteering first and again giving it my all and making a complete fool of myself. But you know what, every single time I was praised for my attitude, enthusiasm and attention grabbing gestures. And every single time I was always speaking way too fast still. Must. Work. On. That. Anyway we were set the ...
... wedding attendance resume ( I have an exceptionally large amount of friends that seem to be taking " eternal plunge" into monogamy and married life recently) I had a good base to notice the details that made it a specifically "Japanese wedding". They included smashing the top off a wooden barrel of rice wine, paying $150.00 to attend, segregation of woman and men in the church ceremony, very first speeches done by the couples ...