Sooo, like, I’m back. Wicked crazy Japan, gotta love it :)
Took me a while to adjust to the life back here in Croatia, full of daily headaches, worries, unfinished businesses. But also some sweet, sweet people I haven’t seen in over two months ;)
I haven’t had much time for posting during my stay in Japan – my apologies, won’t happen ever again.
A short summary of 9 weeks in Nagakute (Nagoya, Tokyo, Kyoto, Yokohama too…): I realised what a great time I’ve had the second I landed back here. I loved what I’ve seen of Japan (tho, I’ve seen so little, sadly), the people are definitely different than the Europeans, but, as in any world, the ‘human climate’ changes from place to place. I’ve found it very easy to adjust to the way things work in Japan. But, since I have no intention on writing a book, nor I’m that good with words and explanations, I’ll just say that, for me, it was amazing.
Next: the goody gadgets.
- Sony PSP – can you say OMG?
- Sony DSC M1 – yeah, call me a Sony Fanboy. The picture quality isn’t -that- great (I’d recommend Canon or Panasonic Lumix over any Sony DSC), but it’s the ease of use, the rotating display, surprisingly long battery life, up to 1cm macro shots and 57 minutes of movie time on a 1gb memory stick, why I bought it. And it looks good too ;)
- Buffalo USB 160GB 7200 HDD
- A koto, a violin, a couple drums, shakers, a silver Zippo lighter from the fifties, bunch of t-shirts, comics…
Back to reality: 20 days until the 2nd Css Reboot and, for a change, I’m ready for this one.
Still working on same two websites, preparing new designs for launch in the next two weeks.
‘Directing’ a 30min ‘documentary’ about Expo (mostly about Croatian staff), losing my mind, I have 35 days to finish it.
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