Part 2 of the exciting small get together with everyone. As the day progressed the rain stopped and the track dried up pretty fast and everyone lost their fear of the incredible slippery zones and went all out. A good way to finish the day. As the post before this, continuing on with just pictures. Hope you enjoy.
A few weeks back, in between preparing for final exams and speeches, I slipped out of my room and hopped on a train bound for Chiba. There was a typhoon rolling in and I was delayed but it didn’t matter. Here is part 1 of the journey that I ran through trying not to get wet out at Minami Chiba. This time I didn’t have much to say and felt it better to let the pictures explain.
Back on the 27th, well let’s start on the 26th. A Friday, long after school had ended I was back at home twiddling my thumbs and dilly dallying on the internet, wasting time, and in spite of the excitement waiting for me just around the corner on the weekend I still hadn’t gathered my tools and dropped them into a bag.
When you think of something to write and you don’t have a pen and paper in front of you sometimes it just doesn’t flow out into a story like it does when you first lay it down in ink. So for this epic tale I headed over to my local family restaurant Jonathon’s to enjoy some hours of solitude with the drink bar as I furiously shredded some pages with my mechanical pencil.
I enjoy writing but over the past winter holidays I had the pleasure and displeasure of showing a bunch of people around the city of Tokyo that I have called home for about six months now.