Daiwa Roynet Hotel Oita
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... by the many unidentifiable items that are being sold (and bought) as food....and even trying a few of them - See photo's....and then imagine yourself eating these things. While I've only enclosed a couple of pictures, there are many! We call them "adventure foods".
12. Heated carpets - These are such a wonderful item, I can't believe they aren't widely available in the northern regions of the US. In fact, it has crossed my mind more than once to import them as ...
... with a wooden mallet (kine). An essential participant in the pounding is the person assisting who quickly darts his or her hand into the usu and turns the rice before the next rhythmic pound.
The smooth, consistent mass of mochi is turned onto a cloth or paper covered table, already spread with a thin layer of sweet rice flour (mochiko). This makes the sticky mass easier to handle. Mochi can be added to ...
... Seoul the next day. We walk back to our ryokan with the kids stopping and taking photos on the way and chatting loudly. Katie and Rina seem to be getting on very well and we hope they will come over to Europe next year and go to Paris and Southern Spain with us. Back at the ryokan we are a little sad to be leaving Maki tomorrow. She is flying home to Nagoya if the flights are ok as there is heavy snow there. We snuggled down into our futons and slept very ...
... we did not linger long as it was very cold in there. The rooms are a good size and have a table and chairs which I have been grateful for since the cold has made my back a bit painful. Tomorrow we are going to the thermal springs called Beppu Hells during the day and then we will meet Rina and later Yuto (who works evenings) at a barbecue restaurant. It has been another good day and we both like the vibe in Beppu which is more relaxing after our hectic time in Kyoto and ...
... home to NY. I miss him very much. He was a constant source of amusement and companionship.
Hope you enjoy the photo's!
And by the way...I miss y'all very much!
Wishing each and every one of you a wonderful Holiday ...