Saying Goodbye

It has been a crazy week here, getting ready to leave Japan. Goodbye parties, packing parties, cleaning parties etc..

Today I leave Chikugo! I don’t have anything eloquent to say but it’s been a great year, and I’m so glad I was lucky enough to be placed here and meet the people I have.

Goodbye Jutaku!


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  4. Riding the Yufuin No Mori
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4 Responses to Saying Goodbye

  1. Vishva says:

    Omedettou! This blog of yours was nice, and, contrary to what you said, it’s been a helpful insight. The journal style just keeps it more personal.
    I just finished a TESL course here in Vancouver and want any info from Kyushu, teaching in Japan and Japan in general. I hope to be in Koshi soon, though I’ve no position yet, and may be just doing [legal] private tutoring.
    Thanks and keep those gains you’ve made in a land with more depth, grace and sense than most.
    Vishva recently posted..FolkFest

  2. Denise says:

    Woohoo! Love the photo πŸ™‚

  3. Karina says:

    Alternate name for this post: “Learning to fly in Japan”

    Great photo!

  4. Scott's Mom says:

    Hi guys, greetings from the UK – knowing you have left Japan is bittersweet as I know you had mixed feelings – but hey the next step of the adventure has beckoned. Sooo glad you are safe – snow storms was the last thing I thought of in New Zealand. Glad there is good coffee – I know how essential that is to you Scott!
    I hope I did this right, never left a comment before – but hey I miss you guys and look everyday to see a Heather tweet! Stay in touch and enjoy speaking alot of English again! Love you both,
    your British Mom xx

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