Ayu no Sato
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Japan is an modern , organized , clean Country and the Population is very Polite , courteous and pretty much stress-free. but there are also some really strange Oddities here as well... foreigners cannot purchase a SIM card for your Phone or buy a Mobile Phone for that matter..... the only option is to ...
... after arrival. everything went smooth , got private escort direct to my Airplane wondering how much this Service will be..... Fuel Truck arrived in Time and I was ready within 1/2 hour. Peter from Petair had called ATC to get my Flight-plan moved forward so I would not have to wait. Got my Clearance and soon leveled off at FL 90 just below the freezing Level , later needing to descend to 7000 ft ...
... he wasn't well. However, that's the way Joseph is and he had been getting up around 5am most mornings to do his photos.
From Kumamoto, we caught the 5.47pm Sakura 417 shinkansen back to Kagoshima at 6.43pm. It had been a long day train sitting but it had been a good day. We took a few photos of the rainbow and of the sunset out of the train window. Two of the guys on the tour were leaving us the next day. They are going on ...
... as not going back to hotel.Yoshika asked bayside restaurant to store it which they did,accepted and retrieved with much bowing and smiling. In Matsushima Yoshika had arranged for local businessman to talk to us about how Tsunami had affected them.They got off relatively lightly and we saw pics of damage and saw reconstructed ...
... as luck would have it, it was under renovation, so a quick loop, a quick prayer and a vending machine layover for water and I was done for the day. But not quite done because I had planned badly and was low on cash, and stubborn too, so I decided to brave the heatstroke and hike down the road back to the station, all 6 kilometers. The sun was pretty bad, as were the drivers who had great reason to pass me by on the road with a ...