Suguru, whose name "su-guru" is etymologically analysed as "having a good teacher", joined us from Monday. (Indeed he has a good teacher in Hiroshima, anvartham eva!)
The reading session speeded up thanks to his help.
He came all the way from Hirodhima by train, not by the expensive Shinkansen, but the local train.
It took him 5 hours to reach Fukuoka from Hiroshima (whereas it would take only an hour or so by the Shinkansen).
After the second reading session we together went to a Japanese style pub (Izakaya) where we enjoyed specialty foods of Fukuoka. (As usual I forgot to take photos.)
He also stays in Jikyo Gakusha, the same hostel as Peter. (It costs only 8000 yen for three nights! Very cheap in Japanese standard.)
In the reading session (and especially in the preparation for it, i.e. in checking manuscripts), I found many things.
Checking manuscripts, as usual, reveal the truth.
But my eyes suffer from the small Malayalam scripts. (Furthermore, some of my photos are unfortunately not sharp-focused.)
- 2012/10/24(水) 18:43:33|