三年間

Karen and I have now been living in Japan for three years. When we decided to move here we thought it would be an adventure, and it has been. We’ve had some problems, we’ve had some fun, and we’ve had lots of fun-problem combinations. I think we made the right choice.

6 thoughts on “三年間

  1. redbrain

    Have you had to learn Japanese now? I’d like to go to japan sometime its meant to be really different and interesting :)

  2. Marty Post author

    We didn’t have to learn Japanese, but it was the sensible thing to do. I know enough to handle daily life, but it will be another few years before I can talk about anything meaningful.

    It is different: Karen said it was the most alien place she’d ever been. Over the last three years it’s become home, but it still remains interesting.

  3. Marty Post author

    Yes, a guide really helps. Travel books are great to tell you where to go and what to see, but it’s hard for a book to explain some of the subtle fun.

  4. Paul

    I can’t believe it’s been 3 years… and a bit… The leaving curry doesn’t seem very long ago.

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