Address: 551 Minamishitauramachi Matsuwa, Miura, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 238-0104, Japan | B&B
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W.W n W.A wicked weekend

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 30, 2011

3 comments, 5 photos

... guy and he has is so funny; he just has one of those faces that just makesyou want to beam. He has such a lovely family.

I would like to say that after a lovely meal with excellent company and so much fun I had a great night sleeep but oh my Lord can Nori snore. I was lying there up on the mezzanine level with a pillow on my head trying to block the noise out but to no avail. Unfortunately Yukari had the same experience and also had little sleep!


Froyo and fellowship

A travel blog entry by claudiv on Apr 17, 2009

I got up a little early to study for Islam and then when to class to take my test. I went to Energy class later on in the afternoon but we didn't meet for the whole time since Dr. Connetti spoke this morning in global studies. I met up with Lindsay and Grace in the late afternoon for "froyo (ice cream) and fellowship" and we sat around the pool while talking about our adventures in Asia since we ...

Last day in Japan - Yokohama

A travel blog entry by aniseh on Apr 10, 2009

3 photos

... the slide, while looking through the tank at fish), a jungle gym where every level had a fish tank to look at and little cubby boxes that kids could open to look at different kind of fish. It was a nice treat. Matthew and I (and perhaps Barrett?) have picked up a cold somewhere, so after our long walk (from about 10 am until 2pm) we headed back tot he ship to have a long nap. which ...

Day 20 - A quiet day in Yokohama

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 09, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

... book and some stamps, which I wanted to decline, as I would have no use for them. I have learnt that the way to say "It's OK" in Japanese is to say "Dai-Jo-Bu", which has come in very handy so far. At the cash register though, I had a complete mental blank. My mind raced over all of the 3 syllable Japanese phrases that I know, but the words that came out of my mouth were "Jon Bon Jovi" (because I was thinking of Japanese ...


A travel blog entry by mcooney74 on Jul 07, 2008

2 comments, 18 photos

... a conveinance store. Ry and I are just sitting there like, um, what is going on? Not a minute later out comes this adorable little Japenese woman followed by our driver. She scurries across the street and points out were to go! So, we finally arrived at the apartment. It is very nice but very small. Everything is in one room. Also, all of ...