Now I have a clearer idea of what it's gonna be like (lol not, but let's say I know now at least the smallest part of it I could grasp after such a short time)
Despite living in a dormitory, where I was supposed to be sharing one room with 2 another girls, we are still only two and since the 3rd day after my arrival, I'm the only one there. (My room mate is missing..the only thing what's left is a cucumber and a pack of potatoes, both are starting to rot already.)
However, I'm trying my best to be socially active, every hikikomori of mine dimension would praise me for sure xP
But it's actually much friendlier there. Maybe it's the whole Faculty of Arts or the Japanese studies, but I really love the feeling you can usually talk to anybody from your branch of study despite you don't really know them.But rather than spaming with all these, I will just show you a few (a very few) pictures I made.
How I prepared myself for school. (When making my timetable through stag, I had to shop to release the stress...)
Yukio Mishima and Thousand Cranes : Shakespeare and company
The Makioka Sisters and OUT : Dobrovský bookstore
What I prepared to eat.
How my closest friends there look like
How I went for the nomikai (party for people studying Japanese)
Fortunately, the weather is finally getting more bearable as it was really cold before, but I feel the colorful autumn coming. There are many parks around I have to cross through so I'm enjoying it very much.
But I feel the melancholy running my veins as well.
How are you spending your autumn days? Enjoying? Studying?
Bye for now ~