Alas, March break is over. It was a fantastic week of relaxation with a sprinkling of work. There were some beautiful days and we took advantage of one of them to explore Gifu Park. It’s back to work this morning.
I had a long weekend a few weeks back. I thought of going to Shirawaka-go but figured it would be too cold there. I don’t particularly miss snow. I enjoyed walking around Takayama and seeing the sites. There are lots
There is one lamp pole in the middle of Nagoya that sings to you as you walk past it. It even seems to know your name. Ooops. Sorry, that’s my futuristic post. There is no such lamp post in Nagoya,
First of all, I managed to drive down to Nagoya University to pick up some items that I’d bought at a sayonara sale. I found the coordinates online, plugged them into the GPS and off we went. Tanya (colleague) and
I’m an alien, not any alien but one that’s actually registered with my local ward in Nagoya. So what does this mean? Well, I can get a (i)phone now, a bank account, a car (in my name), a Japanese driver’s
Not even in Khartoum did I ever feel so much of a foreigner. I guess I spent so much of my first few weeks in Khartoum in the presence of fellow expats, and there are so many people who have