I finished the one week training today.
I've learnt a lot and got used to the Philippines compared to the day I arrived here.
Great thanks to the JFM staffs especially Asada San who has supported us.
We will head to our places next morning. I will go to the UP. I'm sure I will miss them but I will have great experiences and enjoy my new life.
Other NPs always motivate, encourage and support me.
Thank you and I'm looking forward to hearing about your success ✨
Wish us luck!! 今日で1週間の研修を終了しました。研修では学ぶことも多く、フィリピンにも慣れ始めることができました。サポートしてくださっている浅田さんをはじめとするJFMスタッフの皆さんに非常に感謝しています。
Today I got a lecture about cultural adaptation to the Philippines context.
It was very interesting and good that I could learn some cultural differences which may affect on behaviours of people here.
I can't wait to experience more Filipino culture through interaction with teachers and students
Who wants to go Super Mario Go Kart racing around Tokyo clad in your favorite Mario costume? Here are the requirements! Info and video courtesy of @johnnyhd24
You do need to have your International Driving Permit and passport. It costs $20 USD and you need to provide your passport and provide a valid drivers license and you'll get it pretty quickly after. If you don't get it, you'll be stuck home fighting Iggy Koopa by yourself!
In the Philippines, plastic straws are banned, thus they use paper straws.
It doesn't feel uncomfortable when I drink with it. Though it gets softer as time goes by, you can still use it enough to enjoy your drink👍
It's very eco friendly🌱
It's mango shake and it tasted really good 😋
Mangos in this country are super delicious
I finally arrived in Manila yesterday 🇵🇭
I'm excited and worried at the same time, but I want to enjoy this great opportunity to the fullest.
I'll learn things and absorb much knowledge during one week training which started today💪