Saturday, February 25, 2012

My humble abode

After arriving at base, I was escorted by my new boss, who is an awfully nice fellow, to my room.  My room is situated in a building called the stork's nest, which is suppose to house patients who are either about to give birth, or just recently gave birth.  But, I think it's a bit different for my floor (I'm on the third floor), since it states "Japanese Physician's Quarters."

When I first walked into the room, it was set up like a Riverside dorm room, with two twin beds on either side of the room.  Figuring that I was done with that shitty style of living, I reorganized, as you can see:

The lighting was initially very dim (which makes for a pretty poor first impression of the room), but if you know me, I've already got 300watts of retina-searing lumens in this biotch.  If anyone on base needed to know which room of the stork's nest in which I lived, I'd tell them, "just go to the one that looks the brightest from the outside windows."

The only thing that sucks is that I don't have internet in my room.  I have to go downstairs to the common area , of which I have yet to shoot footage.

This is probably one of my favorite parts of the room:

The very first night there was a water show at the park adjacent to the base.  In the picture above, it'd be halfway down that little peninsula-looking thing on the right side, to the right of that arch.

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