Archive for July, 2007

Mt. Aso

24Jul07

During spring vacation, my friends Dirk and Nichole came to visit, and we decided to take the train down to Kyushu to visit Aso-san (Mt. Aso), one of Japan’s most famous active volcanoes. Mt. Aso is made up of five volcanic cones that together make up the “world’s largest caldera, with a circumference of 130 […]


It turns out that going to the aquarium is a much more exciting affair when the illusion of untainted nature that is presented is broken radically and repeatedly by the intrusion of human keepers into the scene. During spring vacation I went to the Osaka Aquarium, the Kaiyukan, with my friends Dirk and Nichole, who […]