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Being sick is never fun, but at least at home it's simple. I rock up to Tesco, buy own brand meds, and dose myself. The upside to being ill here is that they have a lot of powerful pharmaceutical agents that they sell over the counter. The downside is that I can't read any of them. The first visit to the drug store I went with the student coordinator, which was useful as I was completely out of it. I had a fairly high fever, a pounding headache, and sore muscles and ...
More political incorrectness from my Vancouver childhood. Bananas are yellow on the outside and white on the inside. (Eggs are the opposite.) I have never felt more like a banana in my life. For some reason this visit in Japan I make a much more convincing Japanese native than I have before. Maybe it's because I'm not trailing after another clearly Japanese person guiding me. Maybe it's the glasses. Either way I can play along after my initial question for a couple ...
... we were on exhibit.
Since the sun sets early in Japan, we didn't have long before the firework show began. Due to the more ample space on base than in the local waterfront Mikasa Park, many Japanese remained. Luckily it was still fairly easy to find a place to spread out with our friends. Will was initially mesmerized by the display; however, this was soon replaced by the thrill of running wild with Phillip after dark. As soon as the fireworks ended, ...
... the Aqua Road disappeared under the bay and into a long tunnel, much to Will's delight.
This was my favorite day so far. It's the rainy season, but we were blessed with beautiful weather that accentuated the natural and mad-made treasures. I would've been delighted with just the mountains or the artwork. Instead I was rewarded with both. And I truly believe this is only the beginning of such amazing ...
It's now been three weeks in our current residence at the Navy Lodge. It seems longer. I miss our dogs. I miss being settled. I feel I need to be in our house to officially start this chapter of our lives. However, I have to remind myself that we have in fact accomplished a lot. We've found a place to live. Granted we can't move in until next week, but we have a house. And because we thought we'd have to live on base ...
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