Shogetsu Grand Hotel
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... for frying and so we bought that. The vendors were generous and courteous, they didn't pressure sell, which was why we bought them. I didn't regret the purchases since they were delicious.
It was past 2PM by this time and we were starving. There was a restaurant inside where there's a long queue and we weren't willing to wait so we walked around and found the restaurant "Ohisa". There were 6 of us total so we had to wait for about 10-15 minutes. ...
... many secrets about students. I can't reveal any but man alive they were interesting. My teacher is a legend. He was saying how the previous ALT (a guy I know) was the best ALT he had and he requested him back but Interac (my company) sent me instead. I acted all sad and said "Sorry" and he was like "NOOO MR DEC YOU ARE THE BEST ALT!" Classic.He's changing schools next year but said he will ask for me to work at his school again. Such a good teacher. Some ...
24 hours of traveling is a long day! We made it to Chitose! This is where the kids will be with their host families.
Our day starting out by arriving at the airport at 6:00 a.m. Next, we took a half an hour flight to Seattle and had a 3 1/2 hour layover. Luckily the layover wasn't that bad.
We were all excited to get on the plane to Narita. The plane ...
... parties and we were meeting Atsuo and Akemi to celebrate. Because the astronomy department at Chris' university it just the two of them, Atsuo invited a retired professor from the big university who has an office at Hokkai Gakuen while he finishes some research and his graduate student so we'd have a more people to celebrate with.
I'm sure our forget the year party was much more subdued than a normal one and probably ended much earlier too, but that gave ...
... and reasonable. We walked along parks, seeing protestors and speakers along the way.
It was easy being with him, he taught me some things about this town, even explaining that “love hotels” aren’t seedy places, just often places for people who are still living with their parents (as people often do into their 30s) to have private time with their sweethearts. Andrew
had a way of looking at everything with amazing joy, he pointed out tattoos, ...