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I've learned only a few survival phrases and words while living in South Korea for the last six weeks. You have the standard hellos, the tragic goodbyes, the how manys and what kinds and "just please take me here." It's been enough. I suppose I could invest more time and effort into delving deeper into a second language. But honestly, the things I've learned about English since being here is enough to keep me occupied.
When I ...
Konichiwa from Fukuoka!
This weekend Jord and I came to Fukuoka to meet our friend Anna who is teaching english here and boy did we have a good time! After meeting up with Anna we headed to her friend Joel's house who graciously let us stay at his place last night and took us out around Fukuoka! Joel is a great guy from England who has been teaching English here for a few years and has a great cat named Gyro. After grabbing a great lunch of rice, beef and salad ...
Yes the days of chickens everywhere in Asia is but a distant memory, etched in with the delights of parasitic creatures in my stomach and buses that take 12 hours to get 112km. Now I live in the future. Or at least that's what you like to think.
Last Friday after a week of my recruiter saying he'd "sort it" when I pointed out (again) that my visitor visa was rapidly running out of days, I was given a ...
Arrived in Fukuoka feeling really excited what lying ahead. Spent much time planning out all the driving routes, places to visit (villages, castles, volcano, gorges etc) and all the scenic locations i read about and of course all the wonderful accommodations with onsen.
Little did i expect what was in store for me not long after touching down in Fukuoka.
Lesson learnt ...
... There is also a large porcelain clock with ceramic gears and moving dolls. It chimes every half hour, quite a show! The lower floor consists entirely of items donated by a couple who collected ceramics from the area for many years. At the train station, just before I went to the museum, I met a couple from Arlington, Virginia, who were in Arita for the first time. They were interested in shopping for ceramics. I asked if they ...
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