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Travel Blogs from Isahaya
... s one of Japans top 3. All aboard by 4.30 today so we head back to the ship. We are soaked in perspiration and a little hungry ( although Glenn did have his customary coffee and cake) so a quick shower and up to level 14 for some lunch. The Australia Network which is on our cabin TV has the footy so we have been able to keep up with the AFL results and we watched the last bit of the Port game. A drink is in order to celebrate the win and to watch as we sail ...
... so all occupants of the houses survived. It was then on to lunch a 12 course Shippoku. A Shippoku is usually served on a round table and you all share, but ours were individually served in our places. I will just say that Japanese food is interesting, there was a lot of fish which I am not keen on but the KFC chicken as our guide referred to it was delicious. From there it was back to Nagasaki. ...
... the shops were interesting if not a tad weird. Many of them appeared to look like our own pound shops but these ones sold everything from shampoo to bicycles. Nagasaki is busy, very busy...at some points it was hard to move there were so many people around. This was fine when you were in the shade but out on the open main roads whilst you were waiting to cross, it was intense to say the least. People were super friendly ...
... bad guy' in the movie.
The place is unbelievably eerie with it's broken windows, overgrown gardens and its promise of life which used to live there. Unfortunately we couldn't go onto the island as a typhoon which hit Japan earlier in the month damaged the landing platform. Even so, just sailing round the island was really amazing, seeing the huge waves crashing on the sea walls and imaging what it must have been like for a miner and his ...
... to reside is full of international flare, at least architecture-wise. There’s catholic churches, a house with Japanese style roof but Tuscan stone columns. There even a sign with "Origin of Western style Cooking".
In Glover Garden, we visited a residence inspired Puccini’s opera “Madame Butterfly”.
Ok, a bit reverse order. We first visited the Peace Garden in memory of victims ...
Other places to stay in Isahaya
4-26 Eishomachi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $56
3-4 Eishou Higashi-machi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $68
1682-1 Kaizu-machi, Isahaya | 3 star hotelfrom $88
5-4 Eishou Higashi-machi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $63
9-38 Tenman-Machi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $58
3-18 Yasakacho, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $84
3-35 Uzumachi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $116
1-39 Eishohigashimachi, Isahaya | Hotelfrom $46