KURO ISLAND Nori seemed too relaxed the next morning. She wasn’t rushing the boys at all. “Do you still plan on catching the 9:20 ferry to Kuro?” I asked. “No!? I thought you said we could catch the 10:30?” she replied, perturbed.
The answer, of course, is that you can’t. We’ve spent half our lives in Asia. We met each other here. Our four boys were born here. Over two decades we’ve made friends, built careers, learned languages and explored this huge, diverse, amazing continent from Uzbekistan to Sri Lanka, Sumatra to Kyushu and Harbin to Kathmandu.
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Our last few months in Bangkok had been intense. I resigned and started informing clients, some of whom I’ve known almost 20 years. Nori sold our beloved “Black Bull” van, most of our furniture and a good share of our books, toys and art. We moved out of “Baan Brixen”, our Gatsby-esque triplex apartment in […]