Shikotsuko Daiichi Hotel Suizantei
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... game and it was like shooting at a wall of players!! 6 goalies on the ice it felt like! We played hard and were happy with how we played. We headed back to the hotel for lunch. I went to the store next door and bought rice balls and yogurt.... NO NOODLES today!! The rice balls are basically rice triangles wrapped in seaweed. Was perfect for lunch. After lunch we headed to an elementary school where we were going to visit the grade 5 students. We met with the principal first ...
... had another room which was the cool down room. The cool down room had water to drink, it was air conditioned and it had a blood pressure machine. After the gym we went back to the room to get ready for dinner. At this place they give you an outfit to wear, pants and a yukata and socks. You are supposed to put those on and they also give you a robe to wear around. Everyone here is walking around with bare feet or socks, and their ...
... the alley to try. We were joined by another parent friend, Ani. It took us a while but we finally found the restaurant and it was packed! I was hungry, cold and ready to eat and have been trained by wife for 15 years not to like long waits. There were a bunch of other restaurants with open seats. We found an empty one called Oh Gee Gee that was started in 1968. The ...
... During the warm up the kids only did static stretching i.e. standing still and bending over or pulling the arm across the chest and holding it. This annoys me because it`s pointless as it doesn`t warm the muscle up in any way meaning during the actual games an injury is more likely to occur. Anyway they were doing it so I did it. During one stretch my shirt was pulled up exposing my manly belly button hair (ladies…). Each girl next to me turned away and ...
... I won't complain when we get back to the states and have a little traffic to contend with.
Friday morning I was off to my easy, then hard, classes. At the first class I met a new student who is from Mexico. He and his Japanese wife met in Canada. I asked if he was here to stay and he said they were going to see how well he adjusted to life. We spoke for a little bit after class and then I called Beto, the Mexican missionary, to see if he was coming to the second class ...