Hotel Blueberry Hill Katsuura
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... week it would have been perfect" well thanks so much for that. Grr. We had all the bus schedules, hiking trails and every teeny tiny detail planned for our hiking day in the mountains, but alas the best laid plans... The rain poured and poured and poured. I had water proof shoes and an umbrella, Stephen had nil. Our lovely hosts offered to give Stephen a pair of shoes to borrow, but we decided to ditch ...
... the beach close Yokosuka City. Without an insider, you will hardly find that place. Bar is Chilly and Cosy, people are totally relaxed. You can swim, surf and just enjoy life. DJ's are response for the music atmosphere. Ah forgot, with a bit of luck you can meet Godzilla. Guess that's his retirement location, we didn't med him personal, but found his footprint. (pic. Food print of ...
... is one of enthusiasm and pride as everyone gathers together. I asked one older local man how long he'd been involved, and he said that he had lived all his 70 years in the area and had been a part of the festival for as long as he could remember. Particularly for the older generations it's the highlight of the local calendar and an incredibly social event.
After watching the shrine bob past around lunchtime after their first lap, I was ...
Max and I had a good game of frisbee, and it was nice have as much space as we wanted to run around. Max made a spectacular accidental slide on his side, which I'm sorry wasn't captured on film.
By four o'clock, the tide had come up quite a bit, and the beach was officially closed to swimmers. The surfers, who'd been hanging back, biding their time, took over. We changed, rinsed off, and headed back up the street to wait for the ...
... were greeting me once I entered the site. It was a rainy day in Tokyo area, but there was such a nice sunshine in Kimitsu. There was some nice breeze too.
Here Haruzo was! Standing and smiling at us. He said, "welcome".
We sat down, and he told us some stories.... stories about his childhood, jobs, family, mountains back in Hokkaido (He's originally from Urakawa, Hokkaido).
He's very calm, but his smile was ...