How are you doing? Thanks for your email.It’s great to hear from you again.((Well, I wanted to tell you that I’ve just arrived from my summer and it was awesome. I spent 3 almost 3 months in Perú and life there is very different to Spain. I really enjoyed it. I met new people there. The weather was not the best but anyway I had a lot of fun.((Why don’t we go there next year? You should talk to your parents about it. We would spend time together. ((I must go now. Say hello to your family.((Take care,((Jona.((P.S. I’m sending some pics for you to take a look at them.
When I was in Tokyo, I found myself surprised by many things, but especially by three facts I wasn’t expecting to be true about this city. And here I give them to you, so if some day you visit Tokyo (please, do), you will know some of the things that are ahead of you.
Women wear just too much make-up. ((Tokyo residents are entirely too obedient to traffic lights. It doesn’t matter if there isn’t one single care coming down the street: they just won’t cross until the light is green for them to go on. At first I found this infuriating, even when I knew it was the right thing to do. But eventually I grew accustomed to it.((Tokyo people will help you even if you don’t ask them to do so. Although it may get a little annoying, this is mostly a good thing, since they are willing to give you directions no matter how bad you pronounce the few Japanese expressions you tried to learn.