Hokkawa Onsen Hotel
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... talk to people when I'm in a Dutch train, yet even with my limited comprehension of the Japanese language it seems completely natural to do it here.
I stayed in a lovely authentic ryokan (first time!) in Ito. This village at the sea, about 120km south of Tokyo, is very lively in summer, yet not very interesting in early spring. I walked a bit around town, grabbed a bite and quickly returned to the ryokan. It has it's ...
... to a theme park it is unbeatable, it's size and scale and proximity are amazing and it isn't done justice in the photos at all. Our hotel tonight is more Crossroads motel than Hilton but we did pop across the road for an Italian (of sorts). The town here has an American drive-thru kind of vibe but it is also the place where we've seen the least English so far. It's back to Tokyo tomorrow and goodbye to rural ...
This is today, I'm almost caught up again! Writing this in the Kowakien Inn, another lovely hotel well past it's prime, but nice comfy western style beds. Last night at the Hilton we were on futons and we all agreed this morning that we may as well have lied on a duvet on the floor because that's pretty much all it was. We were doing the Hakone ...
... Kudos to Dunk for driving here, the thought is scary, but we made it to the hotel with the sat nav, so far so good. We had thought we might drive down the coast tonight but the hotel hot spa swimming complex and ten pin bowling alley won out in the end! Dan thrashed us at bowling by the way! And another thing, vending machines are everywhere, they even had one for our bowling ...
... cooking, this time for an interesting fusion of Japanese and English styles: a Japanese casserole. This involved Japanese sweet potatoes and beef, and demonstrated just how much Coco loved her time in the U.K - she`s certainly incorporated much into her way of life now!
Points of interest:
1. There are no fat people in Japan
2. Japanese is 129% harder to write than to speak
3. Japanese vending machines are the best in the world. And still there are no fat people.