The end of the beggining?

Posted: May 1, 2013 in Japan


Whilst sitting waiting for my plane out of Nagoya Japan, it’s given me time to reflect on my time here and to be honest, it’s mixed emotions. It will be nice to get home, sleep in my bed, catch up with friends and eat the food I’ve been used too. That’s not to say that I have not enjoyed the food or slept badly but, it’s not quite the same if you know what I mean. I certainly don’t have any resignations about coming back and I’m really looking forward to it. In some ways it would be easier if I had just stayed in Japan and got my visa here now but, there are things I need to do back home before I get on with the a apprenticeship. Namely one is sell my tree’s or at least the majority of them.
So, in many way’s this is hardly the end of the begging but, more the end of the start.. And the begging is yet to come..

Thank for reading.

  1. John Trott says:

    It’ll be good to see you back home in Somerset…….i suppose its the draw of the bacon, eggs and sausage and all the trimmings you cant wait to tuck onto.
    See you soon!

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