Sapporo Tobu Hotel
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... cultures like that willy-nilly, especially when we have to pay!
We found out that Pyongyang’ians (that’s a term) don’t pay rent, don’t pay bills and don’t pay for insurance (not sure if it even exists). They only pay for what they need. This sounds good in theory but often they don’t have access to what they need, especially in winter when food is at a shortage - a time when the US ups its food donations. People living outside of Pyongyang ...
So 2 weeks ago my mate Luke arrived in Sapporo. With a 25 hour delay he arrived a day later. Luckily my school had given me both days off (and I still got paid). So I went and met him at the station (the pose was returned) and he came back to my cupboard. Unfortunately he came to the country voted the worst place to be a vegetarian - himself being a vegetarian. So eating was always a problem but we found a place here and there and we often cooked back at the apartment. His meals ...
... she started shaking her leg, which she is prone to do. Instead of trying to find another table to sit at, or find a table in one of the other 500 Mister Donut's around, she sat there the whole time in a tiff, but then starting packing up as we packed up. She also decided that although we should be making less noise, it was completely acceptable to yell into her phone for a 15 minute conversation. This scenario made me contemplate the difference in how it would ...
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Although I missed the regular Let's Talk I was able to make it to lunch. There was a new woman from Tokyo who just moved to Sapporo in December so a lot of the talk was preparing her for the winter. One man talked about an icicle that broke his window and the resulting freezing of pipes before he fixed the window. Another talked about how the government had encouraged citizens to convert to completely electric-reliant homes some years ago. ...
... a tutoring session with Yuko at Mister Donut so I couldn't make regular Let's Talk but I was able to make it to Lunch Bunch and talk with Mariko and Hiroko for a bit. I was talking about my plans to go to the supermarket after I left and how I didn't really want to walk in the cold when Mariko shared that there was a close and cheap market close by. We all walked there together so I would know exactly where it was. Awesome, now I have a new shopping option when I am downtown and ...