Bush Point Wharf
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Today was a day full of highs and lows. Lows because we at ate out at Sports Bar and Restaurant for lunch and then spent our evening very unwell. Safe to say we won't be eating there again. Our plan was to head there to watch the World Series Friday night but that definitely won't be happening. On a better note let's review the highs. We caught the metro into town to visit the Space Needle as today there was a bit of sun about, which to us meant ...
... the Kuromon Gate entrance to the park. This is the side that has the Otebori Moat on it. After getting our bearings we continued into the park with a couple from the shop who were on the tour in Kushiro with us. We saw the Castle and wandered around it the gardens and landscape around the Castle were lovely. We then exited at the Ishikawa-mon Gate and walked over the bridge to the Kenroku-en Gardens. We found that we had to pay to enter the gardens but as John and ...
... really didn't want to spend too much time with John and Phil, they really are making it difficult for us. I had a lovely cocktail even though I had a spilling headache and not feeling all that well. John and I were back to talking and I feel we have gotten over the initial hump. The cocktail I had was a Strawberry Basil Ballisimo, vodka strawberry, basil infused and ice. Very ...
... Hour starts at 7pm and we had our usual two drinks brought to us immediately, while we were there we saw a good 40-50 whales in front of the ship. It was a fabulous sight to see the blow and the whales arch out of the water. One even came quite close, we saw several tails as they dived to go deeper. I was spellbound the whole time we were there. We went to dinner and had dinner with John and Phil, unfortunately Phil was obnoxious as he had drunk too much and was a ...
... my faith in humanity. Although he didn’t have
any rooms available at his hostel (the website was being glitchy) his friend
owned a house just down the road. The tenants had moved out in July and he was
pretty sure his friend would be happy to help us out for a few nights. Just
like the lady on the plane who helped with my moist towellette, I couldn’t
coherently express my gratitude to this man, who had never met me and for all
accounts and purposes ...