Thursday, March 30, 2006

japanese

a lot of people are asking me about the language. it doesnt seem to be too much of a problem. i am definately best off of the inbound students, and communication isnt nearly as hard as i thought it would be. i had no problem tellingthe people at the place where they sold bikes what things i needed to get it work and what things wouldnt work and why. i got a cd made with pictures. that wasnt super hard. i mailed it off, that wasnt very hard either. i took the train and back. i found out my american battery charger worked in japan. i can get on the internet. i can order food. i think the only three things left to do are to go to school, get a haircut, and to get a girlfriend.

wheee!

peter

2 Comments:

At 4:13 PM, Anonymous Dash said...

Well Peter,
Somehow I'm not suprised to hear you were able to communicate with the bike store people. Too bad the velodrome was closed though, ha! Did you bike there (to the velodrome that is) and if not how did you transport your bike. How did you get the bike to your house?
How can you have a host sister and yet not have one? That's unusual and weird. Well keep those posts coming. It's good to hear from you.

 
At 3:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dude.. they should be all over you. what's the word I'm looking for... ganguro or somethign like that?

 

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