Having Graduated with a Masters degree in English literature, I took the highly logical route of becoming a trolley dolly (or, cabin crew, as we're sometimes known). Which was loads of fun until I my ears started bleeding hideously.
That... and I decided I no longer wanted to get up at 4 am most mornings, to unsuccessfully attempt to apply a full face of make up, while my friends were still sleeping after a night out on the lash.
So now, I live in Japan. I live in Japan and it's awesome! (most of the time)
This blog is mainly for my own benefit, because living overseas is ... well, difficult. However, if you;
a) want to live in Japan b) live in Japan c) have a remote interest in Japan, or d) Like reading rambling blogs by slightly eccentric British ex-flight attendants who now live in Japan;