Hotel Century Hills

1-1 Itaya, Asakura, Fukuoka Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 838-0027, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Asakura


A travel blog entry by ruloris


... prayer at the shrine, though, was definitely more intensive than mine could ever be. Purifying rituals, scroll writing, and of course the difficult but rewarding prostrations necessary while in the Buddha's presence. One woman kneeled just in the front of the shrine and working on her 50th bow before I left.

At the end of the day, there's something to say about visiting a place that's outside of the history books, ... were great!

A travel blog entry by hreljacsinasia

... for basically 2.8 minutes in order to take a few pictures before deciding to leave. For some reason or other we ended up at a department store and had fun looking at everything while Anna bought a Sailor Moon costume for Halloween! Afterwards we went to this amazing Japanese restaurant where we got our own private room and had tons of laughs over amazing food and great drinks. I was really into plums yesterday and also tried plum wine which was delicious! ...

Visa Run ( no chickens just visas)

A travel blog entry by adamorjeff


... straight after work, I would catch the train to Ulsan or Busan (a several hundred mile journey) spend the night sleeping rough at a ferry port and then catch a ferry to the nearest Island that belongs to Japan. Or be an illegal immigrant and get deported. Fortunately, my director (of the school, not the bloke who hired me and Sally to be police for an afternoon in Mumbai) knows her own **** from her elbow, even if she ...

Day 1 - Arrived in Fukuoka

A travel blog entry by edmundneo

... International driving lesson is a must if you are renting a car.

Car was booked through Avis, and not the first time. Australia, Italy, France, UK, Thailand etc. never a time internal driving lesson was required. However, not this time.

Without a car, this is really going to turn my plan on its head, given everything is going to translate into bus and train..



A travel blog entry by andreweustace


... dinner, so we had to go back to our room and get ready. Dinner once again was nice, after dinner we went back to the aquarium bar with Maree and Andy. We then went to the show at 9pm which had 3 of the ships singers performing individually. They were good singers but all of the songs catered for the older passengers, so for us it was boring. At the end of the show, it was now 10pm and time for ...


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