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... It is close to the port from were I will take tonight the ferry to Okinawa.
This will be a 25 hour trip, after which I will soon after meet my wife Elisabeth again, who will fly in from Australia!
Well, next time you may hear from both of us from the lovely Island Okinawa, a place I lived with my family for four years, a place with many nice memories, nice to be there again and see what changed in the last fifteen ...
... people around me, certainly the ones I was sharing the common room with. Eventually, though, one of the birthday party-goers came up and talked to me, making my stay here instantly feel like I was part of a family affair rather than idly whiling away my hours in this hostel. I do not have much experience with hostels, but wonder whether this is a common occurrence. I don’t think it is, and therefore attribute it to the Japanese hospitality and generosity.
When I ...
... 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.
... took 2 hours to get to Tsuwano. Poor Takako had to mind our luggage at Shin-Yamaguchi until 5.30pm. She did say that she had a lot of computer work to get through but 8 hours sitting by yourself at the train station is an awfully long time.
The cabin was old fashioned but we had the fanciest one in the train. We had a table for four with seats on either side of the table. A little squishy but not bad. The last carriage was almost ...
... ride to the Miyajima island where the iconic red Torii gate is situated. I am sure you have seen pictures of it. Owen wanted us to get there at sunset so that we get the classic photo of the setting sun glistening on the water- which we did. See photos. Lots of other tourists we all had to walk about 700m from the ferry to the viewing point, we walked beside a little stretch of sand. Every 3-4 metres or so there was ...