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... slippers off to go into our room. Dinner was included and was huge and really delicious, I think there was about 8 courses. They serve it in the room and everything was beautifully presented of course. The staff really didn't speak English but with sign language we muddled through! After dinner we watched clips on YouTube for a bit and then decided we should use the outdoor bath seeing as that's why we came (tattoos are not ...
... This is the one of the nicest restaurants with very good interiors and is run by a couple who are passionate about making good food. We tried one of the best thai fried rice we ever tried. Beware that the quantities are too less for the price of the dish. Order accordingly.
We took a cab back to the hotel which costed around 1000 yen.
Back to bed for a good night sleep before we take off to Kyoto, my favorite destination in Japan.
... them having to explain it. We also had to pay about $5.00 because our bags were over the 15kg limit. Our previous airline had a 20kg limit so we knew we'd incur such a charge and it wasn't a surprise. As an interesting side note, the scales in the Nagasaki airport weighed super light. They were off by over 4 pounds, which I could tell since my bag weighed the same on all of the other flights we had taken except for this one.
We had just a little while to sit in the ...
... the short distance to my home for the next couple of days 'K's House Mount Fuji'. Clouds were predominant when I arrived and, as such, I could not get my first glimpse of the famous mountain. Instead I settled for making the short walk to Lake Kawaguchiko as the sun went down. Realising that I was mightily hungry I asked the hostel staff where they would recommend me to go for something to eat. They suggested an ...
... world. So naturally that's in Kim's sights, but one thing i regret on this trip was missing out Mt Fuji. Maybe one day we will return to this magical land and attack both in one go. One things for certain, we will need to wait until our bank balance lets us.
If there is one bit of advice that i can give you, other than not buying a french car, is save some money and get yourselves to Japan.
We miss you all and love you all
Love Ben and Kim xxxx