Hotel Gracery Sapporo
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... the flight and they turned the volume on the TV up so there was no avoiding the racket.
We landed and got to customs which took a further hour. At first we had to mark every piece of electronic equipment we had, before they vigorously checked every nook and cranny of our bags. One guard saw my iPod (nano) and said “Camera?” I said that it was for music only but he just laughed and told me to follow him. We went to see I assume a guy who knows about technology and he ...
... about a 45 car drive one way. It was one of the reasons I eventually turned it down. But here in Japan anything that’s under 90 minutes (yes, 90 minutes) is considered fine. Often some business men will travel 2 hours or more to their place of work. This is why the capsule hotels have taken off. They were specifically designed for business men coming into cities. Knowing they have a 2 hour commute one-way after their 12-14 hour work day, ...
... giving flowers to me (oop) pulled out of his pocket (steady) a note he had written to me saying, "Thank you very much for everything Mr Dec. I like English because of you." Then we left the stage in a procession around the students and teachers. Again all the teachers were moving as you would expect Japanese teachers to move and I was giving out thumbs up or salutes haha.
The students were then dismissed and started moving their desks into their new classes. ...
... before but we didn't get a chance to introduce ourselves. This week we talked very briefly before the program started and I reminded the Japanese people that the international community in Sapporo is very small and usually you know the person or can play the degree of separation game which is usually only by way of 1 other person.
At Lunch Bunch, I learned that one of the older Japanese men is a chiropractor, which I wish I would have known about months ...
... was still running and pressure was building up in the ears, which was very painful. Chris left on Sunday for a conference and I was on my own. Sarah had already gotten over the cold so now I was in unchartered waters.
Monday morning I was awake around 3:30 am with extremely bad ear pain from the pressure. I tried to make my game plan for when the stores opened and could go get some medicine. Then I decided maybe I would call a Japanese friend to go with me ...