Green Rich Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Japan is an modern , organized , clean Country and the Population is very Polite , courteous and pretty much stress-free. but there are also some really strange Oddities here as well... foreigners cannot purchase a SIM card for your Phone or buy a Mobile Phone for that matter..... the only option is to ...
... not getting drenched on the Ramp. Kagoshima is very nice area with an Vulcan nearby and cant wait to see the weather improving so I can get on my Bicycle going to the Mountains to explore. Waiting in the Lobby I was brought Coffee and Cookies while waiting for Customs to process my Paperwork while in the meantime ANA's 787 are taking off from here. Very Nice and Welcoming People all around ...I like it ...
... accommodation. This is where things went a bit wrong. It was very dark at this point and while following our sat nav was easy at first eventually we realised we were very lost. The insistant Japanese lady (complete with photo) was insistant that we were at our destination. We soon realised our friend from the car hire company had not programmed the destination very well. After a lot of driving around we ...
... kamikaze pilots". It is located on the site of an airbase from where the pilots took off for their final missions.
Towards the end of World War II, the Japanese armed forces resorted to suicide attacks, in which pilots would deliberately fly their planes into enemy warships. It was hoped that these attacks would repel the Allied Forces just like the "divine winds" (kamikaze) dispersed Mongolian invasion forces in the 13th century. The formal name ...
... 8217;t want to interrupt his task so I politely waited until he was done—and had flushed the toilet—before confronting him. As he walked out of the bathroom, wearing only his underwear, I demanded—“What are you doing in our room? And how did you get in here?” As he reached for our cabin door to leave I asked him once again how he got into our room. He slowly turned towards me ...