Hiro Station Hotel Annex
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... As it happened, it was packed with people enjoying a BBQ, and drinks from a small bar. We're not sure if it turns into a bar every night or not, but the BBQ (as we found out) was because the name of the hostel was Roku, which in Japanese means 6th. So every 6th of the month they have a Roku BBQ! Pretty awesome. We wish we hadn't eaten, but we enjoyed a complimentary free drink and joined in for a while. One guy in particular was very nice, a regular ...
... in the process of being renovated by the city, so there wasn't a heap to see. But in the rain on the wood smelled absolutely divine. I wish I knew the difference between the types of woods as I might have been able to explain it, but you'll just have to use your imaginations instead. Sorry.
It didn't take long to look at the castle. We took a couple of pics and we were back on the road again soon after. The rain had eased up ...
Transit day from Osaka to Hiroshima
Alistair: House mate, friend and Anime enthusiast, with three prior visits to Japan under his belt, his sound understanding of Nihongo (Japanese Language) made him the Japanese Master.
David: My other friend and house mate who was far too tall for Japan, David was destined to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him ...
... a Currys or Comet style electronic shops. Once again we found ourselves walking down a large covered high street. At first these seemed very unique now it's just apparent that because of the melting weather outside it's more of a necessity otherwise no one would spontaneous shop for half the year. Anyway we hadn't eaten yet so we were on the look out for food. Then we noticed a very narrow sandwich shop which caught our attention because it was playing all ...
... do you have beer as well?"..."Yes!" so we went in. It was quite a classy place with a very extensive wine list and cellar. I ordered a glass of Moët ($9) and a Lorry and Peter got Kirin beers. Peter had 4 huge BBQed oysters which he said were nice.
After that we did more shopping and bought 3 large handkerchiefs for mum ($10) and a Lorry bought 9 as gifts as they were very nice.
Then found a lovely place for lunch with panko prawns. When we went in there were ...
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