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... petitioned and were given permission to build a permanent building.
On our way over, it was clear we'd hit it at the right time as a mob of high-school kids were just leaving.
We've noticed a dramatic reduction in other Western tourists since leaving Nagasaki, and have also noted the difference in response we get from the Japanese locals, particularly the children.
Whilst adults are generally very polite and friendly, ...
... different flavours in small portions.
In my small walk on the first night I got here it was clear that there was little to do in this town, however some of the old wooden buildings, such as a stylish tower, and the old wooden bridge looked great. I also found a playground with a spherical cage, which was great fun to spin around in. I only had one night here, but this was perfect to get a feel for the area and enjoy what it had to ...
... This was our first Western meal, not including the sandwiches and pastries, since we arrived in Japan. You can have ala carte as well but we decided to have the set meal, which is quite common in Japan. We had a three course meal. Water or tea is usually included. I opted for a quiche for entree, spag bol for main and a Coke. Joseph had the same except that he had to have a tiramisu as well. Lynne and John decided to have the salad for entree. There were choices ...
... that he wanted us to go to his museum.
We had a look at the map again before John noticed that the sign that indicated Benesse House was actually to the carpark. So we went down the low road and met a Dutch girl on a bike and asked her for directions again. She said that we were in the right direction and to follow the road around the coast. She said that she had followed a Brazillian man and ended up on the high side. ...
Next was a couple of days at Takamatsu on the middle island of Shikuko.
This is a port city where we took a ferry trip to Shodoshima. This is the largest island in the area. Way back in 1908 the Japanese Government decide to start an olive growing industry since the climate is very Mediterranean.
It was ...
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