I wanted to share a couple more pictures of our new home. It really is so beautiful here. First, here’s the view from our bedroom window. You can see the East China Sea.
Next, here’s the view from what will be the baby’s room. It’s directly across from our bedroom on the front side of the house.
It overlooks the rest of the base with the hills in the background. All of this is, of course, so much more dramatic in real life.
Now for a few crappy through-the-car-window shots.
There are a lot of hills here that seem to be made of rock, but are covered with some of the most dense foliage I’ve ever seen. We are used to seeing green, but not this much. Hills are quite a big change for us, and it’s been fun to see new and very different looking landscape. Here’s a shot of one of the hills in the distance as we were driving off base one day.
For those who did not know, they drive on the left side of the road here. The cars are built with the driver’s seat on what would be the passenger side in the US.
Here is a shot of one of those rock hills/cliffs up close. This is on base very near where we live.
Oh, and just for kicks, here is a shot of our cars here. If you look closely, you can see the driver’s seat on the opposite side.
The good thing here is that when things start to seem too different, we’re always able to find a taste of home somewhere. Like Starbucks.
Or perhaps a Harley would make you feel more at home.