Hearton Hotel Shinsaibashi
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... sand. Of course the planner in me made sure to look up the high tide for the day and found out it was 9am. That meant I was up and on the island by then! I went straight for the shrine passing random deer just hanging out everywhere. Apparently deer are considered sacred in the Shinto religion because they were considered messengers of the gods. Therefore, the people on the island just let them roam free. Tourists have been feeding them forever so they have no qualms ...
... try the hot butterbeer. We lined up in the drizzle and waited our turn. We ordered the one that comes with a souvenir mug to bring home and tried it. It was pretty revolting really. They sort of got it right but also got it wrong. It tasted like a bad caramel sauce in thick liquid with a creamy top. Blah, we persisted but in the end Scottt took them into the loo with Moaning Myrtle and tipped it out. I thought I'd wait til lunch and try the real ...
... off on our one and a half hour journey to Hiroshima.
Each first class car has an attendant whose job it is to bring you around a disposable wet towel (like the KFC ones), and a list of what's on the food cart. They chatter away to you in Japanese, which we of course can't understand - but you get the gist of what they're saying.
Our favourite word these days is 'Arigato' - which is Japanese for 'Thank you'. And a fairly easy one ...
Today was a good day, it started off with French toast for breakfast! Well, it was more like baguette slices, my host mother makes wonderful food. Eddie picked me up from home and he taught me a new way to bike to Hannan. Now I (supposedly) know two routes to the school: the first uses the main streets and the second winds through the residential areas. Both take about the same time.
Today's school day felt more settled than yesterday as ...
... Fortunately the crowds thinned out a little further on in the tour, and we saw some amazing marine life including whale sharks, sea turtles, giant crabs, and penguins, among hundreds of other species.
Chris and I are both really glad we opted to spend ten days in the alternatingly frenetic and tranquil, futuristic and ancient, crowded yet calm and efficient country of Japan. We found the people to be exceptionally polite, kind and helpful. ...