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... nominal fee and relax, use wireless internet, use the movies and magazines on offer. You can even hire cubicles with reclining chairs or beds, and even stay the night! Awesome little places to relax and unwind, or get some work done... What's not to like about all that, really?! I am certain I will be coming back to visit Japan again, if only to satiate my newly acquired powder addiction (skiing, not drugs). I have had a fabulous time, and have some very ...
... step I took led me further into the heart of Japanese culture which I absorbed every moment of right up until trying to use the bathroom at Otaru train station - a squat hole in the ground. No thanks, you can keep that one haha!
Made it to Kutchan where my pal Dan was collecting me from the train station and giving me a zip ride round for bearings before bringing me to my village, Hirafu and the Ski Japan office to meet my new employers... how exciting.
... and underneath the raised trainlines for a kilometer or two. I spent half an hour checking out dozens of stalls and small shops and when they all started looking the same I bought a $5 coffee and crossed over to the peaceful sanctuary of the central city park.
The first thing I noticed when I found a spot to sit down were the dozens of men with straw brooms or rakes who were sweeping up huge open areas and pathways until all ...
... so much. They are almost over though, as our last class is on Tuesday the 24th.
Since it's been a while since my last update (though I've posted many photos on facebook), I shall give a brief rundown of what I feel are significant accomplishments from my to-do list, or other things I didn't plan on before but have enjoyed nonetheless.
- Baseball Game (Attended two games at the Tokyo Dome, a very impressive stadium, ...
... new to do for next time in Tokyo!). Our evening dinner came from the "combini" (convenience store), sampling some of the food we kept eating when we were students.
On Tuesday 12 November, we first went to Shibuya, one of the most busy areas in Tokyo and famous for shops targeted at the younger generations. We walked through the streets, trying to find some of the places we used to go (restaurants, karaokes, etc) ...
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