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... various dishes including sashimi, soup, pickles and rice. It was very Japanese and not something we'd usually eat but it was a good experience.
Once we'd paid, the hotel offered us a free bus ride back to the station. As there didn't seem to be much else to see or do in the town, we took them up on the offer. We still had some spare hours left of the day so we stopped at Osaka on the way back to Nara. This is quite a lively city and one we ...
Alas, the last day of our holiday has arrived : (A final 'good evening' and ramble about the day.
Stephen's love of buffet breakfasts got us up early so he could have extra face filling time. One of the little bain marie's had the word 'whale' on it ooo but we didn't try it.
We set off later that morning to Wakayama castle which is quite well preserved and has ...
Good morning pod-ers,
Getting a bit slack as the end draws near and there's nothing impressive to photo graph : (
Yesterday we had a relaxing morning, getting up late and picking up baked goods to eat breakfast at the beach. The tide was in so there wasn't any sand so not the most impressive beach but a nice walk none the less. We wandered about town for an hour or so but there wasn't much to do so ...
Evening all! Stephen bravely got up extremely early to visit the local fish market. I snoozed on. Luckily the rain had stopped coming down in sheets so we were able to venture outside. After breakfast in a local cafe where I spent the whole time showing the locals pictures of sineads wedding, we hopped on the bus for a hike to the famous local shrine. We were a bit disappointed with the short length of the hike but then it started raining again so we were happy to ...
... of working at my high school and then my mum and sister are joining me to go traveling! I'm moving host families for the last time this Sunday and then Christian College Students are coming next month! Fun fact: Japan's winter is really cold. However luckily, they have heated toilet seats, throw out heat packs and they heat their houses and shops. When you walk into shops, you get the sudden urge to take your jumper off, it's that hot! Peace out!! ...