Hikari Oriental Hotel
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... the street to a sushi train type restaurant. After many, many small plates of mostly seafood delicasies everyone was stuffed!
In an effort to lighten luggage and to spend a little more time together, we all met in one of the rooms down the hall to help Robert and Haruna drink two bottles of champagne and some Apple Wine. We told some stories, had some laughs and hugs as everyone was going their separate ways and leaving Yamaguchi in the morning.
... each drove their vehicles and they rented one for Robert to drive (a seemingly "little car" which actually holds 7 people!) Robert's Canadian drivers' license was valid for driving in Japan for the first 3 months, but he has since gotten his Japanese drivers' license. We were a 3 car caravan with Yasutoshi leading then Robert and Mizue each following in the other 2 vehicles. The port city of Shimonoseki was a little over an hour's drive, through ...
... picked us up to go to Labo kids meeting at noon. We stopped for a quick lunch of Udon noodle soup (one of Greg's favourites) and some quiet conversation. With so many people around for the wedding it was nice to have Mizue all to ourselves for some quiet conversation.
Mizue is one of 10 Labo International tutors in Yamaguchi - they teach English to children from the time they are very young through games and stories. They ...
... and did not carry a bouquet for the service.
After the ceremony, there was a light lunch with a variety of sandwiches, some salad followed by a very light and delicious cake. We also enjoyed some Japanese red grapes, they were much larger than the ones we get at home and tasted like wine already!
We had a few minutes before heading back to the hotel so we took a walk up the street with Robert’s oldest brother ...
... steep and long" I ignore it to my peril, also read a sign monkeys and deer present, do not carry food. the paths really pretty, lots of trees and damp, reminding me of the Gippsland rainforests, there are so many mosses. Anyway I get part way up and start thinking, why didn't i get the cable car up, when is it going to end and just look up, but i continue stopping more often and only seeing a few people going down, never up. Eventually I make ...
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