Hotel Sho Sapporo
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Today I finally got to tick another thing off my bucket list; chado. I was invited to partake in 'The Way of the Tea' (or a Japanese tea ceremony) last November by my vice principle. I was so pleased he asked me because it's something I've wanted to do here in Japan for a long time, being a huge fan of green tea and all (cheers Bauer). I made the hour long journey to my school where it was being held and immediately as I got off the bus I ran into some students. ...
... I did probably the most ballsy thing I've ever done, followed by the most cowardly thing I've ever done. Every day when I get off the train I see this girl. Last couple of weeks I've been saying good morning to her (in Japanese) and this week I decided to finally stop her and give her my number and name. The next day I took the earlier train to avoid running into her, I'll leave you to decide which is the ballsy one and which is the cowardly one.
... fruit, and salad. We had snacks as well.
Once we we arrived in Narita, we had a 4 hour layover. The layover seemed really long, but at least Kylie had all her friends with her.
We finally ended getting to the Chitose hotel at 4:00 in the morning. We are exhausted and are going straight up to bed.
Excited to start our day in Chitose tomorrow.
... he was going to have to teach me today. Unfortunately there was no bunny slope and the beginners course looked like a death trap when I first saw it. We talked about a few of the basics and then I went down a little bump a few times and then we went up the ski lift. I can't say the first few times down were enjoyable but I didn't fall, so that was positive. We met up with Gabriel who was out on real trails snowboarding and him and Chris ventured off while I ...
... an Aussie teaching English and living in Japan.
I liked his vibe, we talked for a few minutes and made plans to connect later. He told me we would walk around and see a bit of this city, have dinner together. I got back, chilled for a couple hours then headed out to meet Andrew. He was a cool cat, a disciple of transcendental meditation, a lover and appreciator of all things. I had noticed that sushi places were very
expensive, he took me to a local place that ...