Wing International Hotel Chitose
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Beverage Selection
- Pets allowed
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... I needed some fresh air so I stepped out into the walkways between the terminals. The air felt pleasant compared to Okinawa. Honestly, I was ready to leave there. The place I was staying in was nice and I saw some interesting things. Maybe because I was/am sick and I don't enjoy high levels of humidity is why I didn't love it there. Am I complaining about a sub tropical island vacation within a vacation? Possibly. Some parts were crawling with the USMC, and a lot of ...
... Lots of interesting seafood and fish etc. We had lunch there. More dumplings and ramen! I decided getting adventurous with food will wait until after the tournament! I had some time to settle in to my room. It is great, a wee room perfect for one and priced for one person. We gathered as a team again and made our way to the Opening Ceremonies. We registered and got our team picture. There were some traditional snacks there and I had what I would describe ...
... up with Ani, another parent. We headed to the Central Wholesale market which sells vegetables and seafood. It was incredible to see all the crab. Especially the huge king crab. There was a whole crab that was for sale for $250. We ate lunch at a place at the market. The had sushi and sashimi. I had a potato, which is something they are known for in Hokkaido, since it it's farm country. I also had boiled crab on top of rice. Both of the things ...
... but it definitely wasn't worth it. It was sh*t.
So by now i literally couldn't even put any pressure on my right leg. The medicine i had to collect was upstairs but i had run out of money to pay for it. So i had to limp to a cash machine then head back to the building to collect the damn things. My way back to the station should have taken 5 minutes but took roughly 20. It was insane, Every step (you take) was ...
... his mustache wouldn't grow.
At the end of the day I was straightening some desks when a small group of students came back in. The girl said, "Oh don't worry about doing that, we'll take care of it". Even though I know it's the cultural practice to have a cleaning crew of students come in in the afternoon, it was still very strange to hear.
Tuesday morning Chris and I went out for a run before I had to meet with Yuko at Mister Donut for English conversation. I guess ...