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... to leave. Thus, we left trying to show as much appreciation as possible.
As the distances weren't particularly large we decided to walk back to the Ryokan. Although we had ridden bikes all over town earlier in the day, it was now dark and everything looked a bit different. I was pretty sure I could get us back to the hotel but I had enough trepidation to keep me a bit on edge. As we neared the tidal canal that would lead us back to the hotel a young woman was ...
... enough was Real Madrid.
Speaking of sports, Brian did get to kite on Hamada beach. The wind was marginal but three or four windsurfers were out there with him. Luckily he was able to kite. Unfortunately, as soon as we got to my family's house, he began suffering from a cold. That would certainly not stop him from kiting and so he did. He was very happy. After the kiting session, Miki got us some Takoyaki (little dough balls the size of ...
... had received a great review from somebody on some website (probably Yelp or TripAdvisor). I pointed out that there was a great looking spot on the basement level of the very building we were in. Erika insisted on asking the concierge who said very convincingly in Japanese that the place in the basement was excellent and we should go there. Nice! She broke the tie and that's where we went. She was quite right, the meal was incredible and I've included several pictures for your enjoyment.
... s more dramatic looking eruptions, including some with stunning volcanic lightning. Go Google it now, we'll wait for you. It's worth it..... seriously do it now.
...back? Cool eh?
Back over to Kagoshima, we were both feeling a bit sun-weary so we took refuge in Kagoshima aquarium for a couple of hours. Whilst not as large or well presented as Osaka aquarium, this one seemed to have a bit more of ...
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 ...