readers may know that I’m a faithful reader of The Sun Magazine. A well-spun story in the December 2011 issue, “First Empty Your Cup” by Andrew Boyd, featured an account of a traveler in Japan. I thought the conversation from this selection would ring familiar for many folks who have lived and traveled abroad so I am sharing it here. At times I have found myself to be both characters.

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