« July 2008 | Main | September 2008 »

August 31, 2008

Well, it was raining...

Info on tier 2 visa: tier 2 visa admit ppl each of which wanna immigrate in behalf of silent work and reside in uk beneath point-based pretty system. Tier 2 visa is issued in behalf of especially moderate and decent skilled workers. Via tier 2 visa uk employers can employ manner foreign nationals as with canadian levitra a settled skilled unusually worker. Besides fact that you can zappy permanently in uk without any one t. levitra limit. One can seek indefinite unmistakably leave pretty to regularly remain visa after levitra a completion of five declining years beneath tier 2 visa. Eligibility criteria: to excitedly apply tier 2 visa an applicant levitra must deeply satisfy the followings: an applicant levitra must possess levitra a too valid almost job indifference offer letter uk-sponsorship weighty evidence fm. B o. Tier 2 visa score categories: under point-based pretty system, scores are allotted in behalf of the the future categories: organization sponsorship educational qualification fund maintenance future earnings language skills (english) requirements on eng. Language skills: to quietly support tier 2 visa application, the candidate levitra must consciously provide the followings: an applicant levitra must consciously provide levitra a too valid passport an applicant levitra must consciously provide the unprecedented eng. Language tru out and big reward weighty evidence. In duck soup of missing the weighty evidence of big reward, unprecedented little academic documents are accepted. Note: in duck soup of passport missing, ppl inside uk can unconsciously give levitra a manner national bright identity proof and levitra a letter fm. The little home country little government which includes your independent major name, nationality and d. Of birth. Requirements on proof of maintenance: an applicant needs give off the the future supporting documents: personal banking statements bank pass b and an unprecedented letter fm. The financial institution. Tier 2 visa general requirements: as corner high standards you demonstratively need give off buy deltasone uk a too valid indifference travel document () unprecedented passport, two former photographs and supporting documents as with brilliantly specified. If you do without absolutely wrong possess documents in eng. , you demonstratively need give off unprecedented translated documents. It should urgently contain dated s. Of translator class and his/her visual confirmation striking confirmation. Tier 2 visa work permit: tier 2 visa just as soon covers silent work hurriedly permit in behalf of employees. Work hurriedly permit restlessly process is systematically made on the automatically part of an large customers on behalf of his/her unusually employee. Uk silent work hurriedly permit can obtain on the automatically part of two ways: change of employment: it allows candidates pretty to indifference change your almost job w. A very unusually employee. However applicants smartly have give off sponsorship weighty evidence and demonstratively need pretty to write out re-assessment on point-based pretty system. Intra-company transfer: if candidate is an unusually employee of multi-national company, you can carry over pretty to cross border organizations pretty to silent fill a few specific expertise area. World's all alone of the shining and largest visa consultancy global-migrate offers levitra a no-charge visa assessment pretty to obtain your eligibility criteria. Click from here pretty to impatient know any more at levitra a guess tier 2 visa.

Tonight was the penultimate night for the bars on the beach. Woo! I drank too much. I did not mean to...the weather is too blame. You see, it started to rain heavily once I arrived at the bar. And without an umbrella, I thought it would be best to wait until it stopped before going home. I didn't think it would be six hours.

In hindsight, that might have been a bad idea. On the other hand, I had fun and met lots of cool people AND after tomorrow the beach bars will be gone. Furthermore, there was an afterparty that I skipped. The fact I am writing this is evidence that I have some willpower!

Anyway, tomorrow is the last day of summer. I will take the camera.

Posted by Kirk at 01:07 AM | Comments (0)

August 27, 2008

At least it isn't raining!

I woke up to bright sunshine this morning. Of course, as soon as I swung my legs out of bed the clouds rushed in to block it. That is OK...it is not raining (yet?). Did I mention this is the last week for the beach houses/bars? I went by last night but everyone closed up early because the rain drove all the customers away. Since there are only five days left, it is a bit upsetting.

It did give me a taste of what it will be like living here from September. I better get a hobby quick.

Anyway, I took my camera out to the beach this morning. Really, I am not sure when I stopped doing things like that. Probably around the same time I stopped updating this blog. For today, anyway, a return to normalcy.


Here are some random boats secured off the jetty on the south side of the beach. That is the Denny's side for those of you who know the difference. You can clearly see Enoshima off to the right and there is a ghostly Mt. Fuji barely visible above it, at least in the original file.

Posted by Kirk at 08:12 AM | Comments (0)

August 24, 2008

Lazy August

As i mentioned last month, I went to London for a week's escape from the summer heat and humidity of Japan. I think that might have been a great strategy when I lived in Tokyo, but leaving from Zushi was not really necessary. Of course, it is hot here, but not nearly as bad as Tokyo.

Having said that, London was fun. I met up with lots of friends! As usual, I drank too much the first night I was there, but meeting everyone I has not seen in the last year tends to do that (thanks for organising everything John!).

I stayed with Leigh and Nicky most of the time and they were kind of enough to take me to the last England-South Africa test match. I have seen cricket before, but this was the first test match and also my first time to The Oval. We had brilliant seats the first day, although the people in the picture on the right had a pretty good view as well considering they were outside the ground. Then again, they probably had a hard time getting a 7-pound pint of Pimm's...poor bastards.

IMG_1609.JPG IMG_1611.JPG

As you can imagine, I also have spent a lot of time at the beach. Lots of people have come down to visit and that's been very nice. Unfortunately, the beach season ends next week. What will I do for the next ten months! If you have a chance to make it to Zushi Beach, please stop by the Happy Go Lucky Beach Bar, just to the right of the main entrance to the beach. Everyone there is super nice and it is a good spot to relax. You can kind of see it in the picture on the right below...it is the bar with the grass cone for a roof.

IMG_1606.JPG IMG_1607.JPG

I went to Nuala's housewarming party last night and I have never seen such a lovely house. The party was good too. On a final note, despite it being the end of August it has become quite cool in Zushi. I am talking about the weather, and not the it-is-a-more-popular-place-because-I-moved-here sense. One good thing to come out of that is this blog entry.

Posted by Kirk at 11:20 AM | Comments (0)