On the road to Chilly London from Scorching Rome
I am blogging this in a very cramped hotel room in Chilly London. I’m annoyed with this situation: the room is too undersized to unfold my suitcase. In Rome, I was engaged in meetings with the Glocal Forum throughout the day. Internet access is not available at a hotel I stayed. Today is Sunday. I had Chinese lunch with Issa and Aya. I hadn’t had Chinese food for two weeks. Issa is a facilitator at Pangaea Kyoto office. He lives in London and has been offered a job. Aya works for Pangaea Tokyo office as a facilitator. She is an international student in the field of international education at London University and struggling with a master’s thesis at this moment. I hope she will be able to help with Pangaea in the Europe-Africa region, as she graduates. That’s just my wishful thinking. I am very pleased to know that there are ‘Pangaeans’ around the world. I plan on leaving the hotel at 7:30 AM tomorrow and heading into a town, 2 hrs away from London by train.