Friday, October 21, 2022


来る時にUA 968便の窓から撮った、『オランダの風車』。なんか…思ってたのと違う




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    1. Vakit ayırdığınız için tekrar teşekkür ederim. İnanıyorum ki bunlar ikimiz için de oldukça unutulmaz olaylar.

  2. Even if you are an enthusiastic blogger, it's not easy to reply to comments when you're traveling. If you're still in Japan (?), you might be experiencing a similar situation, especially if the internet connection is not good. I'm still leaving meaningless comments, so please forgive me.

    Huh? This image doesn't look like the windmills I know from the Netherlands; it looks like wind turbines for generating electricity. I thought windmills were facilities for grinding grain, but when my family visited the Netherlands, we learned that the country, which has a quarter of its land below sea level, used windmills as a drainage technology, finally ended up with dominating the world's oceans, and the remaining windmills serve as a reminder of the country's prosperity.

    On the other hand, I'm not a fan of wind turbines, which use the power of the wind to generate electricity through large turbines. Even though it's impressive to see them up close during the day, the sight of them at night is terrifying.

    By the way, Anonymous-san said "Selam," which seems to mean "hello" or "hi" in Turkish, and you were thought to respond with the words "Thank you for taking the time again. I believe that these things are very unforgettable for both of us." It seems like Anonymous-san might be the driver that you were familiar with in Istanbul?

    That was just a side note.

  3. Yamada Denki sensei,
    Yes, I’m staying in Narashino, Japan and leaving on Thursday afternoon.
    I have my iPhone with data connection but the screen is too tiny to reply.
    Sorry for my silence. I’ll get back to you when I return home and recover from the jet lag.