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... enjoy an umbrella handle for when it rains, again brilliant. On this topic, everyone has umbrellas. A man would not be seen dead without his man bag. Many a time we gave been admiring a handbag, only to realise it is in possession of a man! There is a brilliantly logical queuing system for trains and the stations are generally easy to negotiate around. The trains arrive and depart on time. 6 storey buildings of whatever you can imagine, ...
... walk and with none of the hoards of tourists we've encountered everywhere else. Unfortunately again, the cloud was low and the rain set in but we enjoyed ourselves, singing Beatles songs and listing countries of the world. Due to timings of buses and trains not adding up, we ended up with and hour and a half to kill around Nachi station where the waiting room smelled of boiled cabbage. So we headed for the beach-it was bloody freezing, but ...
... us pay the difference in fares. Eventually we turned up at our next destination. There is a kitten at the hostel! Dinner was a feast of sushi and tempura'd seafood. Followed by dumplings. And ice cream. Now we are back at the hostel playing with the kitten, a lovely end to a pleasant day. No plans at all for tomorrow at this stage, in going to try to 'wing it'. Let's see how that goes ... Breakfast $10 Lunch $20 Dinner $42 P.s tell Walter I have got him a new pen ...
... but it was absolutely roasting hot and we couldn't make ourselves walk up a bunch of stairs in the heat. So we took a taxi to the next town, Kiikatsuura, where we stayed. The town itself felt like a ghost town; no one around, nothing open, very run-down. We found our hotel which was beautiful. The view and coastline is quite impressive - especially for such a run-down town. So we relaxed in our rooms the rest of the afternoon and had another kaiseki ...
... people are lovely and can speak a little bit of English so we have hit it off quite well. That's just a small portion of the last few days, but I am really enjoying myself, even though I'm a little bit tired now. Fun Fact: you have to eat all of the rice in your bowl. Rice takes 7 months to grow so each piece of rice has 7 souls. So you cannot leave the 7 souls in your bowl. Peace out! ...
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