This morning we joined a meeting of on the neighbors of the house we’ll be living in as it was a great opportunity to introduce ourselves. After that we had lunch at a pub in our village and then walked in a lovely little town called “Arundel”, which is very near where we’ll be living.
The trolleys at the airport are so heavy and wouldn’t move straight, toilet seats are freezing cold (unlike Japanese warm ones), sandwiches in pubs are still often tasteless – so many things are already annoying me, these things haven’t changed as long as I know for the last 30 years, why can’t they be improved? – but with all its flaws I still love England, which has such well preserved beautiful charming villages and towns as this.
In the afternoon we had a meeting with someone from a kitchen shop about the renovation of our kitchen. By the time we left our empty house for my brother-in-law’s, it was as completely dark. In England, it becomes dark around 4.00pm in winter. As many areas don’t have many street lights, driving after dark is very tiring here.