It’s difficult and scary to travel with a train with lots of stuff. I’m scared the doors will close before I get both of my bags in.
I went to a post office earlier. 10 kilos by sea mail costs about 70 euros. I wonder how much stuff I have… Everything’s so heavy. :(
I’m moving out of my flat today. I’ve been packing and cleaning all night.
Aaaaaand that’s my luggage. I’m so in trouble now. The suitcase feels like it weights a ton. I can barely lift it, but luckily it’s got wheels.
There was a thunder storm late in the evening. And it started raining again somewhere around 4 am maybe. It’s still raining, two hours later. I already packed my umbrella. Damn. I hope it stops by noon.
I also need to go to post office to send some stuff to Korea Susanna asked me to buy. And I’ll ask them how much the sea mail costs.
Bye bye, cooker. You served me well.
Someone’s actually buying my rice cooker! I got it for free.
Super Japanese dessert.
At least I’m not the only one feeling super sleepy. :D Youko, my host sister and Michelle, the exchange student living with the Senzakis at the moment.
We’re not even in main course yet and I’m full.
On my way to Higashi Ikebukuro. It’s a sayonara lunch with Okuda-san. Sen-mama and Michelle are coming, too. Straight after that I’m going to Ebisu to have a sayonara dinner with Takahashis, my landlord and landlady. They are taking me somdwhere. Apparently Ebisu is pretty expensive… 心配。I’m just super lucky to have such nice people around me here. I’m going to miss them.
Bye bye Muratas!
That’s otousan and Mami. We had a dinner party last night. I finally met Satoshi, their son, his wife and Aina, their daughter. She’s four and liked me immediately.
I just got to pet a Bernese Mountain Dog at Totsuka station! I miss my own ワンちゃん.