I’m home!

Tadaima! 🙂

I got home safely and had a wonderful night’s sleep in our comfy bed. I hope I didn’t snore too much, I do that when I have a cold 8)

I didn’t take any pictures, but when I got at the airport, Sander, Lauran (my brother), Sander’s mother and her partner and my parents were waiting for me 🙂 Thanks! Sander’s mother pointed out that the chairs were bolted down at the cafe where we had coffee, and she’s right, you wouldn’t see that in Japan. Also, I almost stepped onto the wrong escalator and then remembered that people walk and drive on the right, not on the left. And I’m small again :'(

Now, at home, a lot of mail is waiting for me and I have to put away all my junk from the trip, as well as the stuff that I dropped at a random place in the study before I left. For example, I need to put my bike outside again 😛 Let’s see if I can still ride it, I don’t know if I can stretch my legs that far. And I can’t touch the ground when I stop. Hope I’m not gonna fall over…

Edit: Real food! Chili con carne 🙂 And a washing machine that spits out clean clothes! And it’s cold in the morning!! 🙂

2 Replies to “I’m home!”

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    Hai Minh

    Welcome home! (to me, too)

    The adventure of “Diana in Wonderland” has finished. You’re small again, ha ha. Now that you can remove the “countdown timer” at the right column.

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      diana

      Welcome home! (to me, too)
      The adventure of “Diana in Wonderland” has finished. You’re small again, ha ha. Now that you can remove the “countdown timer” at the right column.

      Thanks 🙂 How’s life in Viet Nam? I might leave the countdown timer there for a while, as a reminder of my trip to Japan.

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