Hello fellow bloggers and readers,
If you have been keeping up with the few blog post I recently put up, I am in Japan. I have been in Japan for a little over a week now. Now I will give you a list of everything that has occurred and then go into detail about it.
- I moved in to ICU, took a JLPT, bought my books, sat in a bank office and attempted to create a bank account, had a welcome party, got buzzed, danced and talked to my roommates, decided on a theme for our initiation week and went out to buy outfits for our theme, ate sushi and watched a eating contest between two dorm mates.
Now that the bullet points are out of the way….time to go to bed. Kay, bye.
This is the official flag of Global House at ICU. Officially the best dorm on campus. I literally have no curfew and the people here have a sense of humor. Ignore the timestamp on the picture. It’s set to the US time.
This is my room….in all of it’s emptiness. I like Global House (GH) more than Kistler in terms of space though. I get my own room, with cool roommates and a comfortable atmosphere.
This is my wonderful desk. This is where I’ll be spending all of my time studying for my Intensive Japanese Class.
These are my wonderful roommates. I love spending time talking with them and dancing with them.
Needless to say, I am having a wonderful time here in Japan and can’t wait to have more. I also have a lot of complaints…just little things, but that’ll be for the end of the month vlog,