It’s funny how you can become so wrapped up in a new life that things in an old life just slip away into a big murky pool of forgotten-ness. Like this blog. Last time I wrote, it was about Nagasaki, but going back that far seems kind of pointless now. Instead I’ll summarise what I did after the last post here, for your benefit, but mainly for mine, years down the line when I want to re-read about the good times I spent in Japan. There is one important post I still need to do about Japan, and one less important but hopefully interesting post, and then I’ll be done with with writing, although not so much thinking, about it for a little while, especially since I have some cool photos and stories of my New English Life to post.
The last day in Nagasaki was spent looking at the attractions, if that’s the right word (which it really isn’t) at the A-bomb epicenter in the North of the city, not far from where I was staying. After Hiroshima, their effect was lessened and since I didn’t think I could handle another museum, and the mental trama it would entail, I just wandered around the sights, bought some presents for the dojo and Hitomi, and a lunch box for the train, then slowly made my way down the station and back to Nagoya.
In some weird circle-of-life thing, you can actually read about the next day you can read about on this post.
For now, it’s time to delve through Flickr for my favourite photos of the last few months…