Toyoko Inn Sapporo-Eki Minami-Guchi
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... but it's such a meh sport. Unless you're hitting something hard or going fast (oop) it doesn't interest me. Badminton, squash, skiing, football and even table tennis - you're still wacking the ball - are all proper sports. Basketball though. Dunno. Boring. The other sport going on was soft tennis which was pretty good. The soft tennis teacher is fascinated with me going to North Korea and told all his students haha. Good bloke. I had no idea soft tennis was even ...
... haha. He's like "Let's drink together Mr Dec!" "Absolutely!" I'd respond in front of 40 kids.
At 1:45pm school ended but I had to stay till 3:30pm so I went to the entrance to say goodbye to the kids. One sannensei student came up to me and said "I am going home now.... but, I'll be back!" That cracked me up again haha. I high fived him and off he went. Loads of the cooler students were going off to do their various sports. I asked one girl what time they are ending and she ...
... I may have met people for only a few days and yet they feel as if they're one of my closest friends. It's strange that this bonds are formed so easily for me but I've always liked people and always want to speak to someone about anything.
So in summary how was my day? Larry David why don't you tell them?
... and right now am borrowing lots of books from the library to download on my Nook related to Christmas. I did find out that the newspaper publishes part of a book every day in the morning edition. Apparently whatever book they are currently printing parts of has 3 volumes and started 2 years ago. I'm pretty sure they said it was somehow related to Buddhism.
At lunch I shared the candy canes my mom had sent. I'm glad to be able to share traditional things with them since ...
... From there, we got on the subway and headed over to the house of a Japanese buddy of my new Canadian friend Anthony. We were going to spend the next night here.
That afternoon, we spent exploring central Tokyo, quite an amazing place. It was great to be with locals who knew all the little spots. One of the things that stayed with me so strongly from Tokyo was that right next to ultra-modern architecture and crazy erotic street art, you often find an ancient, peaceful ...