APA Hotel Kagoshimachuo Ekimae
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... Mobile Phone at high cost.... it seems odd in an otherwise completely wired Country... Wifi is widespread mostly free therefore Face time will have to do for now. Today is Maintenance Day for my SX , Oil Change and General Check to make sure everything is in good Order for the remote Russian Crossing in ...
I had to stick to my schedule for the Flight from Naha to Kagoshima even do the weather was pretty lousy with Fog and Low Ceilings @ RJFK. I wanted to delay the Flight until tomorrow since Flying into an unfamiliar Airport with Weather at minima is not exactly what I usually do , Im in no hurry and can alway wait until tomorrow. Not so in Japan you have to stick to an pre approved schedule in order to ...
... house the air is humid and damp and the island smells like tropical flowers. We were met by a kind man from the car hire company who took us to his office. This was lucky as our guidebook said "locate car hire office- this shouldn't be difficult" as it turned out the car hire office is located in the back of the local supermarket - obviously.... We filled in the paperwork and the man set the satnav (in japanese) ...
... board buses (seeming more and more like cattle cars) and drive for about an hour before arriving at the historical Samurai village.
While the buildings themselves cannot be entered we are able to visit seven of gardens attached to samurai residences that are open to the public, The gardens are relatively small and designed to be viewed from the residences. Five out of the seven gardens are of the dry garden variety. Of the other two, ...
... with the multi-cultural staff. We have met many waitresses and waiters and so far they represent, Burma, Indonesia, Philippines, Ukraine, Italy, Romania, Portugal and Honduras. Many speak to their countryman in their native language and all speak English. With the passengers speaking Dutch, Spanish, Tagalog, Japanese, Portugese, Flemish and German (of the ones that we recognize) it sounds at times like ...