Hopefully not. And me neither!
This year is going to be awesome!!!
…YES I`m still alive, updating more regularly from now on again. Short before new year my husband and I caught a heavy cold, recovering since then. Also, bureaucracy (again) took all our money and time to get my name-change fixed (see this post) PLUS my husband decided to quit his job (oh, yeah) and we will be on a more or less –path finding 1 year–
…2017 please don’t disappoint us ·crossing fingers·
Due to his job consisting of 70% “business trips” I was lucky enough to travel with him for a while, so the next updates will finally be about some nice new places. [I updated some of my older posts too.]
We have to go to Korea some times this year (our wedding party will be in July) as well as 3 months Germany (trial living, thanks to mileage and hosts – as we don’t have money, really!) People who don’t travel always doubt the existence of poor travelers – but they do exist in the sense of spending everything on flight tickets instead of books, games, tv, trips, nice food etc. this is
spartaaa spartanious lifestyle¹)
»P.S. our home is for rent.
July-October [basically you can use everything. Price will be cheaper for long-termèrs
→ 7500 yen /day – 2 weeks 85000 yen — as per night so you can share the expenses (2 people preferred, max 4) we are below Tokyo average → cheapest hostel mini shared room in summer is aprox. 3000 yen per person)
For more details ⇒
- fully equipped, 24h supermarket across the street
- all day sunlight (many windows (quite rare in japan!)
- tatami & normal room, 3rd floor (save!)
- access to everything within 1min-55min (mostly direct)
¹ german: spartanisch = actually used to describe “spare, meager” style of life