ATOMIC BOMBING by the US

Matsuyama Century Lions Club

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    I'm a member of Matsuyama Century Lions Club.

Battleships Yamato & Prince of Wales

Canada 2012

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    Ski Tour to Canada and Accidental Tour to Korea

Josei Touring 2011 Summer

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    城西自動車学校のツーリングクラブの写真です。2011年7月17日行き先は面河。

Rio

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Birthday Party

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    50th Birthday Party 50歳の誕生日をネットの仲間が祝ってくれました。我が家でバーベキューをしています。

Alsace

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    2010春 次女とフライブルクから日帰り旅行 詰め込んでます。少しずつ整理してゆきます。

South Korea 2009

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    2009年3月長女のEriと韓国旅行をしました。僕の目的は板門店、Eriの目的はソウル観光。

My House

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    http://kumo.typepad.jp/weblog/2008/05/my-garden-won-t.html

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Jun 18, 2012

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Moin moin (This is how people in the north of Germany near Hamburg/Schleswig-Holstein often say Guten Morgen),
It is great that you will have a chance to travel with your daughter to Freiburg, especially as a member of a delegation to a sister city. How exciting! Can't wait to see your posts next autumn!

Unlike your daughter my German is terrible (I know, shameful) ... we conversed in English at the laboratory as it is staffed by people around the world. Learning German is currently on hiatus, as I'll likely be moving to Geneva in the near future, so I need to brush up on my French ^_^

Guten Tag! Grüß Gott (in Freiburg).

Yes, it's mainly due to the change in dietary habit, but she looked like enjoying the everyday life in Freiburg. I'm going to visit Freiburg with my daughter this autumn as one of the representatives from my hometown, which is the sister city of Freiburg. My daughter will be of use as an interpreter.

Mit herzlichen Grüßen.

Yes, I lived in Hamburg on and off for a couple of years (my laboratory was located there). Living abroad was one of the best experiences of my life. I still consider Hamburg home even though I've been living in Toronto for the last 3 years.


I saw your posts about you daughter living in Freiburg and your travels there. I hope your daughter enjoyed her experiences in Germany.

In one of your posts you mentioned that your daughter had difficulties at first. Was it due to culture shock (If I'm not being too rude to ask)? I come from a western culture and it took me awhile to get used to Germany and Germans ^_^

Oh, you had lived in Germany. Hamburg? My daughter had been in Freiburg for a year and I've been to Freiburg twice.

I like Paulander beer a lot. I first had it when I visited Munich a few years ago. My favourite was Paulander Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel as I like dark beer.

I also had Hitachino Nest White beer once (brewed in Ibaraki I believe) and want to try their other beer. However, the stores here do not sell it:-( It was a very tasty beer.

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