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Going back to Canada\Retournez au Canada

Posted on 4/24/2008 by Eric Jobin

It's time to say "bai bai" to Japan. The three months didn't seem that long when I look back now. I was starting to get use to the Japanese lifestyle. I will miss the vending machines and the frenetic items rotations in stores...

All together it was a great experience and I am planning to do it again in two years. After next year of course, when I will be going around Europe.

I have not posted all my Nippon adventures yet, but don't worry. I will post more of them and some more pictures as well.


C'est le temps de dire "bai bai" au Japon. Les trois ne m'on pas semblé long quand j'y pense aujourd'hui. Je commencais à m'habituer au rythme de vie à la Japonnaise. Je vais m'ennuyer des machines distributrices et de la rotation frénétiques des articles dans les magazins.

Mais en tout et partout, ce fût un très bonne expérience et je prévois le refaire encore une fois dans deux ans. Après l'année prochaine bien sûr, ou je vais faire l'Europe.

Je n'ai pas encore poster toute mes aventure Nipponne, mais ne vous en faites pas. Je vais en poster plus à mon retour et plus de photos aussi.


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# Comment by Richard on
It is always difficult to leave a country that has vending machines on every corner that can sell you comics AND beer. I just started work at Shaw (1 week) as the Manager of Video Applications. We're already about to hire someone new for the team. Any interest? mmmmmmmm- Real-time video software, mmmmmm - mountains of high priced performance servers at your beck and call.... thousands of customers at your mercy..... bwaaaahahahahHAHAHAHAHAAAA - leading you in like a boy to "Sugar Pie".... Anyway keep in touch - maybe when you're back in Canada we can do a lunch or beer. RH


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