Reflections from my experience in Japan 2015 .
In May 2015 I had the absolute privilege to travel to Japan for one half of my 2015 Winston Churchill Fellowship. During my three week visit I stayed connected with family, friends and colleagues by posting seven blogs on my travel blog site www.dementiakeepingconnected.wordpress.com. I am delighted to share with you in this week’s blog my final blog post from Japan that I posted on the 30th May, reflecting on my visit.
Time for Reflection
I am sitting by the river in Kyoto. It’s my last day before travelling to Narita for the flight home. As I sit in the shade of 34 degree heat and watch the ducks splashing around, I am grateful for this time out to reflect on my time in Japan. I didn’t realise it was possible to feel so exhausted and inspired at the same time!
During my 3 weeks here…
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