‘A lot of the stuff I was looking forward to, I’m not’: Canadian traveler’s experience with a strange new country
Canada was a little different to me in terms of travel.
My first trip to Japan was five years ago and, for some reason, I missed a lot of it.
But Canada’s new-found openness about its relationship with China was one of the highlights of my stay in the country.
I’ve been to China six times in the last decade and the first time I really felt like I had an opportunity to really experience the country was when I was a teenager, when I traveled to Taiwan, China and Japan, then Japan, and Hong Kong.
It’s been a long time since I’ve been there, but it was the first place that I felt like a real Canadian.
The things I felt I could get away with, I was able to get away from.
And, at the same time, it’s a little bit different for people who are not from Canada.
I think I feel more comfortable in Japan, especially when it comes to being able to travel with my family and having some people from my own country.
It was great being able, for the first trip I was there, to be able to feel like a normal Canadian.
When I first arrived in Japan I had to get a hotel for a month or so before I could really go, but when I got to Japan, I got my first room and it was so amazing, I could feel so comfortable.
The most amazing thing I learned from my trip was that, in Japan the government really does care about you.
They care about how you are treated.
When I was coming from a country where I was kind of scared, I just wanted to be comfortable, I wanted to feel good.
I had a lot to learn, and I definitely need to work on that, but for the most part, I feel so much better about being here.
There was a lot that I had not experienced before in Japan.
When you’re coming from the West and coming to Japan you might feel like you are from another country.
But for me, I didn’t feel like that at all, I felt comfortable and I felt at home.
I’ve always felt that way about Canada.
One of the things I really liked about Japan is that you don’t have to be really close to anyone to feel comfortable there.
There are so many different groups and different things you can do.
There’s really nothing that is really out of the ordinary.
You can go for a walk or sit down in a café and not feel uncomfortable.
But you have to remember that Japan is not like the West.
Japan is very conservative and people still think it’s very nice to be polite and to be respectful.
I don’t know if that’s because of the way Japanese people speak or because of things like the internet, but I think a lot about Japanese culture in Canada and how we are treated in Japan is really hard to digest.
We have to work to get used to it.
The thing is that the Japanese people really, really respect you.
There was a guy who was telling me, “I don’t want to be here because I’m Japanese, I want to come here because it’s Japan.”
In the United States, people don’t really talk to each other as much as they do here, but in Japan people are really open to each others’ cultures and what they’re doing.
It’s not like we’re in the middle of a war or something like that.
It just seems to be a much more welcoming society.
For me, it was a big difference.
Being from the United Kingdom, I had been to a lot more countries in my life.
The UK has a very different culture to that of Canada, so when I first started going to Japan I was nervous, but at the end of the day I was excited.
It seemed like the perfect place to learn and get to know more about the people.
I thought, “Oh my God, this is a really amazing place to go.”
I feel like I’m going to have a really good time.
My first day in Japan was a blur, but then the next day, I found myself in a hotel room with some Japanese friends.
It felt like we had just gotten out of a movie and were just starting to get to the next scene.
They were like, “You’re here, we love you,” and I was like, Oh my God!
I was so surprised.
I was so excited.
In my second day, the hotel room was really quiet and I could barely hear my own conversation.
I went up to a Japanese girl who was sitting at the foot of my bed and said, “Hi, what’s up?”
She was very shy, but she said, I like you.
She said, It’s really nice to meet you.
I just said, Yes.
And then she started talking about Japanese films, which was really