Tanegashima Araki Hotel
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... t seem to fancy.
We felt very privileged and were treated very well in the ryokans, I'll miss Japan.
We also enjoyed the 7 samurai home village, with bonsai and the intriguing kanakasi airplane fighters museum with photos of all of them. They looked so young and an old man giving a talk about it, still a lot of interest, after all these decades. No photos allowed.
... the PJs that Qantas gave out in BC as they were really poor quality anyway. We may consider buying a yukata (Japanese PJs) at our last stop at Sapporo.
Breakfast will be at 7.30am tomorrow. The weather forecast is for rain, possibly due to Typhoon Phanfone drifting off the southern coast of Japan. So far, we haven't experienced much in bad weather. It has been seriously hot and humid. We are scheduled to go on to four different trains tomorrow
... lot of agriculture on the island and it's famous in Japan for giant turnips and mandarins amongst other vegetables. We have a couple of stops but where there is a photo opportunity the bus driver stops or slows down so we can get photos. The last stop is a lava park. It's quite incredible. The view of the volcano front here is spectacular and it appears quite active today as there are quite a few little explosions while we are there . Due to the heat and the falling ash in ...
... I asked if I'm in the right car and a tour of the trains facilities follows, giving any fare dodges a fighting chance but I'm not that cynical. Much. The hostel has put up a sign saying "typhoo approaches" this offers me no guidance or help. The hostel man offers nothing in the way of help so I take that as "it won't be that bad" despite continuous news footage and the slight panic of other foreigners. I meet some Spanish people and make a plan for tomorrow. Which is a ...
... thousands of shrines in Japan, but there are some really cool rock formations which the sea has eroded into unusual shapes and when the tide goes out, gives you a chance to do some rock pooling and see some sea creatures!
The hostel we stayed in was very good. It was run by a really laid back surfer and the rooms gave off really calm and relaxing vibes with incense burning and reggae music playing in the back ground! I stayed in a four bed mixed dorm that ...