Ace Inn Kagoshima
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... or dingy but Erika got super excited when he mentioned the word e-bike. We had rented a couple of bikes in Harlingen, Holland last summer and Erika was super stoked that her e-bike rental allowed her to keep up with me easily. Of course on this particular day all they had to rent were e-bikes so she wasn't going to get the advantage of battery assist while I used a traditional manual bike. We rented these 2 e-bikes for 4 hours and took off on a ride. It didn't take us long ...
... with octopus inside). We had had those before but these were the best. The chain of restaurants advertises the takoyaki with a huge octopus on top of the building. miki was kind enough to get in the picture for the takoyaki stand but Her posing was all her own idea, which I loved. A food truck in Austin actually sells these but I have never tried them. I must now...
After four amazing days, we now had to leave. All three Matsumoto's took us ...
... means there is less than 2 knots of wind. Oh well, it was a beautiful day in a very interesting place nonetheless.
With a bit more hiking and eventually a cab ride, we made it back to our hotel and got cleaned up (I was covered with something that looks and feels like volcanic ash). It didn't take us long to agree on what we were going to eat tonight. Tonkatsu and Shabu-Shabu are the specialties of the region. The where was up for debate with Erika wanting to walk 2.4km to a ...
... to a karaoke bar, where they continued to pay for all of our drinks.
After an hour or so of Disney, Bonnie Tyler, Madonna, lots of Japanese songs we didn't quite know and dancing in rubber Batman and Godzilla masks, Kimpei and Satoe insisted on paying for a taxi back to our hotel, laden with a noise-maker toy and a free bottle of whiskey from the barman!
What a day!
26th April 2015
and hedges of residences and the forested hillsides in the distance.
Unlike some other samurai districts, it is also free of telephone poles and parked cars that would detract from the historic atmosphere.
A group of travelers walk between residences and gardens
Seven gardens attached ...