Hotel Alpha-1 Iwakuni
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... and ordered ourselves a couple drinks which Andy was very happy about as they served VB. We ordered a ham and cheese toastie and a pork stew which were both very nice. As the stew was brought over Kayley got all excited and said "mmmm smells like home" so must have been authentic!
We didn't hang around as much as we might of as it was so packed so at around 11ish we headed back to the hotel to pack up and get some sleep. It had been a very draining day both emotionally and ...
... in how people relate to nature and their surroundings. When I arrived at the Tokyo airport and found myself in a time crunch to catch a bus to another regional airport, I found myself scrambling and pressured. Securing my bus fare and running to catch my bus, I found a patient and smiling bus driver welcoming me on board with a bow. As the bus pulled away, the bus ...
... the year sign at the start of the temple area. Apparently "very bad" year for Lorry and Peter but very good for me.
Went and saw the Buddha statues and this time they were all dress with beanies! So funny!
Went into one temple and if was so serene. Had music playing, lanterns of lots of statues. So very peaceful particularly after the hectic times in Tokyo.
Wandered back to the souvenir street and a Lorry bought some toe socks as gifts, then caught ...
... park as well, but the crowds were already overwhelming. Two highlights of the day: 1. The tram driver jumping out of the car, running back to the conductor, getting something from him, running back...just to give us the change for our ticket. Arigato! 2. What is abstract about Geishas, Dan and deer mentioned in one go? From today on nothing. Check out the ...
... hard to decide what to do because everything looked amazing. Miyajima is one of the prettiest locations in Japan and was gorgeous even in e cold of winter. Without direction, we left the ferry and started walking when a deer approached. Miyajima is inhabited with many deer, which we learned are pretty different than the deer at home. Many people were taking pictures of the deer and even petting them (and I have to admit, I couldn't help myself from ...
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