From writer’s calm to Super Typhoon Trami… or not

Tomorrow I leave Korea and the blissful writers’ residence of Seoul Art Space Yeonhui, with its now-perfect weather and tiny forest in the city. It’s been delicious, as you may have noticed.

Pine trees, steps, and a brick building of Yeonhui writers' residence.
“My” writer’s residence in Yeonhui: a calm and peaceful forest in the city.

Before I fly home to New Zealand I intend to spend four days with friends in Nara and Kyoto, Japan. But so does yet another super-typhoon, alas. I’m hoping for everyone’s sake that Typhoon Trami drags its lopsided doughnut over an empty stretch of sea, instead of drowning the country yet again. I particularly hope that Trami spares Kansai International Airport.

What Typhoon Trami does next is anybody’s guess. What I’ll do is sign off the blog (truly I mean it this time) for the next week or so until I’m safely home. (And I will be.) Thanks for your company on this journey so far.

Image of the eye of Super Typhoon Trami, from NASA
Super Typhoon Trami 24 Sept 2018. Image by NASA, public domain

 

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