“Ah, that’s right.”
When I woke up, there were no villagers but only the ceiling of the cabin.
Dream–I know that. A convenient dream that is born from my desires.
Still, I was happy to meet the villagers after such a long time.
I checked the time and it was 4 o’clock in the evening. Did I take a nap for a little over two hours?
Carol and Destiny are also asleep on the next bed.
Before getting up, I checked the map of the ship that was placed in the room.
There are a lot of private rooms here, and there are four restaurants at the end of the corridor. There is a snack corner, and Japanese-styled and western dishes.
There is also a karaoke box and a public bath for the kids. Its quite large.
Although it’s a different class in speed compared to the Bullet Train and airplane but the ship is the best in terms of comfort.
However, a cruise has one magor problem.
“Yoshio … I’m feeling sick in my head.”
Carol has a bad complexion after waking up from the bed.
Ah, sea sickness. I got worried. Its fine but not good.
I gave her the medicine for sea sickness.
“Okay, let’s go up to the open deck and breathe some fresh air. It seems that if you stay in a narrow place then you will feel even more uncomfortable.”
“Outside? Yeah, I want to go.”
I threw the etiquette bag into my pocket just in case, then pulled Carol’s hand and left the room.
Sea breeze blows as soon as I open the door to the deck.
Some people don’t like this unique scent but I don’t hate it.
You can feel refreshed just by looking at the landscape where you can see the horizon without any obstructions.
I hope that Carol’s discomfort can be relieved a little. When I look to left, there is nobody there.
“Yoshio, Yoshio! It’s sooooooooooooooooooo full of water! 』
There is a problem with the vocabulary but thats her impression.
Even though she was weakly holding my hand a while ago but now she was running around on the deck. Did curiosity and surprise outweigh seasickness?
“Its dangerous, you can’t run that much.”
That said, there is no one other than us visible in the area.
I sat on the bench and gazed at the sea.
I have left my home and now am heading towards Hokkaido. Its an action which I cannot have imagined for a human who hardly left his house in ten years.
Sometimes it feels like that I am someone else.
I used to spent most of my day in front of the PC, refusing to interact with my family. Who could have imagined that I could be so active?
…I am more surprised about this situation than anyone else.
It just takes a little courage to go a step further. However, many people find the step to be too heavy.
But as long as you can take a step forward, you feet would naturally mover further and further.
It took me ten years to take a step, but I don’t want stop again.
Slowly and cautiously, but I don’t want to stop again.
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