Grand Marry Hotel Resort
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... wine instead of sake. Tasted a bit ordinary at first sip, but the more you had the better it got! The hotel is a bit like an O'Reillys at Lamington National Park with meals included. They also provide local products and traditional teas and goods in your room, similar to what happens in Vietnam. The room we are in is typical Ryokan with tatami matting to sleep on and low table and seating. Hearing of wild storms at home so hope everyone is ...
... It is only our impressions that we take away with us. However, one young family we briefly met on Teshima Island probably sums up for us Japanese courtesy. We had just left the Teshima Museum and had starting walking to the next museum, which was at least 30 to 40 min hilly walk. A young couple with their toddler son had also just left the museum in their micro car stopped and offered, actually insisted on driving us to our next stop. The young woman had studied in ...
Ten years have now passed since I first landed in Narita airport. I'll never forget the strange smells, sounds and sights that confronted me on that Shinkansen (bullet train) journey to my new home. Although Japan is a world away from my life now ...
... her father-in-law, to the inn. I would have thought that it would be nicer if she joined the grandchildren (as she was the only female one present) and her husband accompanied. The meal that we had at the house was all guys affair. Again, I was the non-drinker and non-smoker, gasping for fresh air. My limbs were freezing. Perhaps I needed a sip of sake to warm myself up. xxxxxxxxxxx The most extraordinary thing I found in the funeral was ...
We meet up with Kurio, the Vice Principle of Phil's school. His parents have offered to host us for the night. This is a special treat because their house is an old Samuri House. We have dinner out and arrive at the house exhausted, but manage to find the energy to have some drinks and food. The morning is spent eating a lavishly prepared Japanese style breakfast, full of delicious foods. Pictures were taken and ...
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