Hakata Terminal Hotel
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Just wanted to let you know that my Japan trip is coming to an end. The time has almost come for me to leave and head toward the Korean Consulate to pick up my passport. Once I pick my passport up I will then head back to the Hakata Port International Terminal were I will take the ferry boat back to Korea. ...
Just waned to give you all a quick update.
I headed out early this morning to find my way to the consulate via the subway. I found the consulate thanks to some wonderful blogs that I found giving me great directions. I dropped off my passport and was told that I could pick ...
... I got a map and quickly asked someone to help me find where I was going. The nice gentleman told me the best way to get to Gofukumachi Station was via bus. Needless to say I was pretty nervous about taking the bus to where I was going because most of the language is in Japanese, not English. I was blessed to have a nice gentleman help me at the bus area outside the port where I was. He could tell I was confused ...
... and went to nishijin, a part of the city with small shops and bought yet more stuff ... that we really ;) needed :) Finally we ended up in some more shops, bought yet another luggage and went back to the hotel. We are staying in a beautiful hotel, with very friendly personnel and a very big room. It is a shame that we are only staying for one night. Anyway, to make the most of it, we decided to relax a bit in our room, re-shuffle our stuff ...
... hour drive to get there with stops at a couple of the
fancy rest stops along the way. They serve really good food at these places at
reasonable prices to boot. Our first destination was to the rim of the original
crater formed over ******years ago. This crater is the largest in the world. Today
the town of Aso is present below along with acres and acres of fertile farming
fields. The volcanic soil makes for good growing conditions. Towering above the