Shikotsuko Kankou Hotel
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After work meetings in Tokyo for the Asian Labeling Hub, Pat and I flew to Lake Shikotsku in Hokkaido
... are two sleeping rooms, one for men, one for women. Both have eight beds. There's no individual lockable storage here. I put my valuables in my backpack and never let it leave my sight. The bed is long enough to sleep with it at my feet. I took a shower and the showerhead was as powerful as an industrial car washer. I need one like this. The water from the tap is cold, unlike in Okinawa. I talked for a bit with an Aussie man named Matt and a British chap named Sawan before ...
... to me, "I love this place." Next they took us to our room. The inside of this place is beautiful, on the way to our room we passed the spa and fitness center. The fitness center was pretty big. King, (that is what he told us his name was), showed Kara and I to our room first. We walked in and our mouth's just dropped. It was so nice and big. There were two beds, a sitting area and then outside there was the private bath. Outside ...
... proceeded to give me a full body massage over my clothes. The lady was standing on me, kneeling on me, and sitting on me. It was kind of a strange massage but it worked out some of my sore muscles. One of the best parts of the day was when I received a email from Kylie's teacher letting me know she was doing ok. And I received a picture from her too that showed Kylie eating lunch at school. I'm so proud of her, and can't wait to see her on ...
Usually Japanese people say `Ohaiyou gozaimasu` (good morning) to greet one another. I say each syllable mainly because that`s how you say it but also because I can`t speak as quickly as the Japanese. But they say it so often that they usually just blur it into `gozaimasu`, ` zaimasu` or even just `zmasu` with a rising tone inclination on all of them.
However there is one teacher who literally sounds like this when I say good morning to him: