Move man, sounds easier than it is.
First, try to find a nice rental apartment in Spain. The country where renting is nearly embarrassing. People would rather have empty apartments than renting them out because morel often than not, places get destroyed. As no decent person with a reasonable salary would rent. They'll buy instead.
Second, get all your furniture delivered from Tokyo. This is very nice, as humans are cat-like and love the feeling of "known items". To fit it into a very different space is another story. Much worse is to realize the lack of basics e.g. bathroom mirror, wardrobe shelves and drawers. Visit IKEA, three times in less than 5 days. Work everyday, till 6 at the office and till 10 at the flat. Repeat.
Kudasai, he also made it safe and sound!
It took a week of nearly sleepless nights, bruises and long walks carrying heavy things back and forth (for those living in central Malaga, car is NOT an option to carry stuff). We even ended up with a ladder on top of a table (DO NOT TRY THIS HOME) to reach the ceiling. Never mind. It's now done. We couldn't be happier.
I promise to post a proper video, for our friends to see their friend "the purple sofa" in Spain, but I'll do it once everything is cleaned up. If you are curious about our past homes, here they are:
- Our home in Södermalm, Stockholm [2009-2011].
- Our home in Daikanyama, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo [2011-2014].
This is fresh start for us, so happy week everyone (=^ * ^=)