In the meantime, I'll like to share this photo with you:
|Screenshot from 500px|
*happy dance until tired*
Okok, here are some another photos I took at Huis Ten Bosch - Isn't it a cool place?
|This place is supposed to be full of illusions. Unfortunately,|
you're supposed to go with someone who can take photos of you.
|I found Sakura! (Just outside Huis Ten Bosch)|
|If you're a Professor Layton fan, there's a (temporary)|
Professor Layton restaurent! Isn't it awesome?
(of course I had lunch there!)
Apart from my visit to Huis Ten Bosch, I've had an orientation by the student co-op, which was honestly very fun but tiring. I'm not a huge-groups person, so thankfully we were in small groups. Unfortunately, there were a few mass activities at the end (like a quiz), which really tired me out (I stopped speaking after a while).
Plus quite a lot of paperwork to do, which is frankly very scary because it's all in Japanese. I've realised that I do ok in Japanese if I'm speaking face-to-face with someone, or with small amounts of text. Huge booklets and phone conversations SCARE me.
So, I know that most of you would have finished about a week at TUFS/Osaka. How are you guys doing? Is anyone willing to share their experience (via a guest post)?