Hotel 81 - Sakura
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We had a late start to our day. Children were over tired from the flight, I was still getting use to the room. Darren was trying to get use to the idea that the rooms have no windows. In the end we all got over it and went for a walk. We came across a small factory/shop making wrappers used to make hand rolls. In Australia there is a franchise …
... points doing absolutely nothing as a lucky door prize! Tracey and I are progressing with our needle work and look like we may have completed projects to show off by the time we leave the ship. We have also had one go at Bingo where we both won spa vouchers and I won a cash bingo prize. I don't think we'll get rich this way but it's all a bit of fun. The boys are getting into their novels and tracking the ship's progress with their Navionics programs on their ...
... to shift into the right time zone, and by 9pm we were wandering around Ann Siang Hill like zombies. Finding the tapas restaurant, we settled in to a selection of hot dishes, washed down by a couple of glasses of chilled pink stuff.
We talked through the Top 10 experiences of the past four weeks, and difficult though it was, here, in reverse order are what we came up with.
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After our goodbyes, Eve and I decided to take the short walk to McDonalds (to complete a task for someone at home) and had some breakfast, before returning to the hotel for a shower and to do our final packing for today's trip
We departed Yamaguchi just before noon on the Shinkansen/Bullet Train bound for (Shin)Osaka. On arrival we collected the bag we left behind and left 2 suitcases with the ...
Today was the day I have been waiting for . . . our visit to the Elephant Park. We had to be in the departure lounge by 7.30 am in order to catch the tender to shore then an hour plus drive up through Ubud to Pujung and the elephant Sanctuary. It is a clean, well laid out park where we were able to feed the elephants, have a ride, watch a show and enjoy a buffet lunch serving both Indonesian and Western foods. There was an ...