I went back a while ago and saved all my status updates so I could relive the events that weren’t blog-worthy and couldn’t be or weren’t captured by my camera. If you were my friend and regularly read your facebook feed while I was gone, this will all be familiar. If you weren’t, didn’t, or [...]
Here’s the rest of my Tokyo adventure story. The part of the Tokyo adventure story that actually takes place in Tokyo. Almost there, I promise.
I’d like to share the story of one of the craziest adventures I had this summer, which mostly took place in Tokyo. But first, Narita. Then, Nagoya. You’ll see.
I didn’t do a whole lot of what you could call “planning” for my trip to Japan. I’m naturally a list-maker, but the summer in Korea [...]
This weekend, a few of the other interns and I took a trip to Busan, a resort town in the far southeast of South Korea: a train ride of just over 4 hours from Suwon. I wasn’t sure what to expect and anyway, expectations are a generally bad policy for an American in South Korea: [...]
Jesus has changed Sunday from the toughest weekday in Korea to one of the better ones, and the major tool He’s been using is Skype. Today, I got to chat with my family for the first time since I arrived. It was such fun to hear and see them! Even got to say “hi” to [...]
Looking forward at tomorrow is a strange experience. I hope this list will provide you with what a professor once described as maximum insight density.
Seldom have I enumerated the differences between what today and tomorrow look like and come up with such an impressive list.
Where’s my…? Oh, right; packed already.
Maybe tomorrow I’ll… [...]
Some coins are difficult to see the fabled other side of; I can’t help but believe that many of these metaphorical coins are a bit lopsided—not very coin-like at all. As an exercise in optimism and a brief overview of my life in the past few weeks, I’ll try to flip a few coins over [...]
[Note that I don't feel the need to write in complete sentences in my travel journals. Not sure why that is. But I don't have time for soul searching, so for now you'll have to take it like it is.]
1 Aug 09
Left TJ Airport at 1 am, read ‘Faith Like Potatoes’ and Dad’s [...]
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