ANA Hotel Matsuyama
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... Personally, I'd like to have a long conversation with their PR person, but of course, it's not up to me. Anyway, thanks to Sean and his teenage stealth, video evidence that I am actually working here in Japan now exists. This is from one of our recent performances. Please be patient. It starts out a ...
After a pretty rough few days it as time to warmup and relax in the lovely town of Matsuyama. This town has a rich history as having one of the oldest Onsens in Japan. It is a beautiful town and we stayed in a traditional Ryokan at backpackers prices which included its own private Onsen. That evening we were both tired and beat up so downloaded a no thinking required Hollywood comedy and enjoyed the warmth. We spent ...
... out of the city, but never really out, because another one is coming.There is no need to plan to have enough food for the trip, if you are hungry or thirsty, another shop is always some where around the corner. After passing Kure and Takehara, two other big cities, I came along a bath resort close to the city of Mihara. Here, for once not in a city, this had to be the place where I set up my tent for the night.As long the weather allows, I am opting for ...
... Attached is a video of two of our early successes.
Along with Kyla's departure also came a new member. Her name is Tammy Hurtado. She's someone I've flown with several times in the past and has been performing for about three years now. She's settled in nicely and has been pretty consistent with her tricks. Again, however, it's been additional work teaching her the choreography and getting her used to the new rigging and ...
... so easily and the staff is so helpful. I love how in the smaller towns the station agent bows as the train comes and goes, and how the shinkansen driver sticks his head out the window when leaving the station and salutes the platform as he goes by. Even the conductor turns and thanks the riders after collecting tickets in the ...