Apa Hotel Tottori Ekimae
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... the traditional bow of respect without looking at the cameras, explain why I've come, and then take his directions on where to settle.
That evening the Swiss director approaches me and before I could apologize he thanks me for staying calm and natural. The Cinema-grade European movie will be about a woman who stays here some time and since the scene was of her departing interview the director felt it was a perfect addition to have a newcomer arrive. ...
... countryside give a deep appreciation of the quaint nature of the remote areas.
This northern seaside city is surrounded by mountains and is dotted with temples, shrines, museums and markets that show a bit more slow and quiet Japanese lifestyle. It was a bit surreal pacing the near-empty streets on this Sunday afternoon. It helped me prepare for my next step - a remote mountain temple.
... the shop open. They took us back and jumped us off, charging just over ten bucks to do it; had they asked for fifty I'd have had little choice. In the interim my nieces told Hanako that they'd walk home if needed. Yumura is a good fifty miles from their house.
After Yumura the GPS got revenge on me and took me on a tiny road in the mountains that was a horribly exciting driving experience. Finally we found the highway and made it back to Himeji at around eight that night.
... the museum, I went back to Tottori in a rush, because of the scarf I left in the bus. I asked about it at the ticket office, but they didn't keep it there. Instead, they called the bus company and inquired about it for me. My scarf was in there. I was happy to hear that the scarf would be brought to the ticket office immediately. After all, however, I waited for twenty minutes and left there without the ...
... an English menu, and ate there. It was a nice dinner, a few bits of sashimi, some edamame beans, some yakitori etc. We headed back to our hotel through the constant rain to our hotel. Tottori is a fairly nondescript town and we were there on Sunday which meant that many shops were closed, which made it even more boring and provincial. It kind of reminded me of Slough in its pure ...