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... that used to create these blown glass art works. Apparently he's retired now but obviously had enough money built up to create the museum for his art. Lots of artworks inside and outside so we had fun getting our artsy photos on. After that we walked in a few small circles finding our way to the bus stop. We hoped on and got back around 6.30 - 7 ish. Neither of us felt like dinner, revenge of our lunch. We chilled out with some drunk history and hit the ...
... one of the main streets we came upon the Higashi Betsuin Temple, we wandered around the temple for a short time and then walked down one of the back streets back onto the main route to the Kanazawa Castle Park and the Kenroku-en Gardens. Before we could get the the Castle Park we walked through the Omi-cho Market which was similar to the Washo Fish Market of Kushiro but bigger. We stubbed through the market and managed to find our way out and back onto the street ...
... I was not wrong. We spent the day in our cabin, John sleeping, god knows how he can sleep so much, and me just playing my iPad. There was nothing on the program I wanted to see or do, I might go to the movies or to the afternoon lecture but I am not sure if I will be bothered. Well I didn't bother we just relaxed and read all day. We went to the Crows Nest for a drink before dinner ...
... Church. We headed back to the ship around 12.30 and had lunch, while we were having lunch I spied a Bald Eagle gliding over the cliff facing us, it was a wonderful sight but of course I did not have my camera. After lunch we went to Exploration Cafe for a coffee before heading back to our cabin to rest as we were buggered. We sailed out of Kodiak around 3pm and began heading towards Dutch Harbour. Later we went up to the Crows Nest for our usual drink before dinner. ...
... book your accommodation at least one month in advance. Pens down.
We did a few domestic things at first: checked out the local
Target to get a pre-paid phone and to buy Seb some t-shirts. The poor boy had
been wearing the same two shirts for the last two weeks and carried with them a
delicious aroma. Just as we were walking out of the shop, we got a phone call
from a mysterious American number. It was the owner of the Bike Friendly Hostel
and he was calling ...
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