Sometimes living in Japan does have it’s perks, as in this case when students at Tama Art University in Japan decided that the best way for them to make their graduation ceremony memorable was to dress up as Immortan Joe and his War Boys. Continue reading Mad Max Graduates
One of the things that I wanted to take advantage of on my trip back to South Africa was the chance to watch the new Deadpool movie that released 14 February. The timing was perfect for me as that was the very day that I would arrive from Japan! Continue reading The New Deadpool Movie
If there is one constant in Japan, it is that you will somehow end up getting the flu here at least once. And I don’t mean the ‘flu’ as in a rather bad cold that makes you feel all miserable and grumpy, but rather full blown influenza that sees entire classes being told to stay home for fear the flu virus rampages through your school.
In my first year in Japan I was unfortunate enough to get my first taste of the flu smack dab in the middle of winter when I was living by myself. Needless to say the trek through to the hospital and the subsequent week of recuperating alone at home while sick was probably the toughest time of my first year in Japan. Continue reading That Time of the Year