Hotel Peace Land Ishigakijima
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Waking up to overcast skies and showers the next morning we head off in our hire car for a tour around the island. David managed to hire the car, understand the salesman who spoke no English whatsoever, and even decipher the Japanese writing on the dashboard. It's surprising what one can do when one has to.
Heading off around the island in the pouring rain, we stop off at a few scenic ...
... communal laundry etc. Then we travelled to the north to a glorious beach with coral reefs and mangroves where we were able to spend some time on a glass bottomed boat before returning home via the local limestone caves, all stalactites snd stalagmites. Just a very relaxed day spent wandering round the prettiest island we have seen in ...
... at the reception. Green Tea, Water, WLAN for free (just on the ground floor, but it is fine). You can order a breakfast, but direct on the other side of the hotel is a very good French bakery, with a huge offer of sweet and salty stuff, cold and they can warm it up. Very tasty and cheap. Helpful web page: http://www.ishigaki-japan.com So, that's all. As I mentioned that was our vacation time. When you need more info, just write us, we hope we can help ...
I know Japan is expensive. Having visited Japan in the past, I was prepared to pay much more than what I've been used to. But having been in SE Asia for 7 months where my daily food budget was $5-10 and where I paid no more than $10 for accommodation, the enormous price gap is hard to swallow. Today we paid $20 for a regular burger and $25 for a large burger. This may just be the most expensive burger I had....ever! Yesterday on the beach, we paid $15 to RENT a ...
... when I arrived at the guest house, the landlady was complaining because I was late for the dinner time. The old lady was friendly and talkative. She knew that their guests liked her talk. The old gentleman was showing folk-arts making, but we were not interested. Some young Japanese love the air of island guest houses and come back to the island again and again, but that will never happen to me.
Anyway, in the next morning, we tried a buffalo car ride. That was the ...