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... bathrooms at the Museum that had the toilet bowls, sinks, bins and light switches made from Arita ceramics. That was quite fascinating.
We walked from the museum, except for Pam, who caught a taxi, back to the train station. It was only a 10 minute walk. From there, we caught the Midori 16 to Tosu. We had about 50 minutes there for a late lunch at a bakery. However, we didn’t realise that there was a ...
... Fukuoka. The area is known for its commerce with many office buildings throughout the downtown. It is closer to the mainland of Korea and China than it is to Tokyo, so trade with the other countries has flourished, driving the economy and the commercial climate. The area is home to many department stores and specialty shops. The area has more beauty salons per capita than elsewhere is Japan and is considered a very fashionable area.
... it was to sit facing the two young ladies serving us. They got to try out their English while we stumbled with our limited Japanese. After consuming our two curry, rice and meat dishes and beer, we said goodbye and Barbara asked where the nearest bathroom was, whereby one of the young ladies left her lunch counter and escorted us out of the “floor” to the restrooms. What service!! Needless to say, we have fallen in love with ...
... the pears with Lynne and John. At least I am getting some fruit in my diet, not much though and definitely hardly any vege in the diet.
The ride on the Ibusuki no Tamatebako through to Ibusuki was along the coastline. We could see Sakura-jima, the active volcano. Once again, no spewing ash cloud. There bench seats available facing the window. We hardly sat at our reserved seat. We had 8 minutes at Ibusuki before doing it all again in reverse. The train ...
... to hit his head on every low doorway. Dave's love of Shinkansen (bullet trains) had him quickly rise to become the Train Master.
Paul (Me): Along for the ride and cultural experience, being the only person with a camera, I was the Photo Master, responsible for documenting our trip through the lens of my Lumix TZ40.
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There wasn't much to do in Fukuoka - with only art museums and shrines to keep us occupied, David and ...