Hotel Himeji Plaza
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... or heron, because of its stark white colour and the winglike profiles of the rooflines from every angle. It looks like a bird taking flight. Many protective and defensive aspects of this Himeji Castle surprise the visitor/attacker. Only six stories are obvious from outside due to a 'hidden' seventh floor between floors 4 and 5 (good hideout). The gates to pass through are at bizzare angles and in the narrow parts of the ways into the castle (not easily manoeuvred ...
... we had the same dinner dilemma but were having cravings for vegies. I stopped outside a restaurant which has the typical plastic plates of food and they had stir fry! I was so excited. We wandered around some more then went back there for dinner and had a pork stir fry, stir fry with mushrooms and a beef stir fry. Fantastic, not the yummiest I have tasted but at least we got some vegetables other than cabbage into ...
... modern city, rebuilt after huge earthquake-amazing how fast they re-developed the city. The harbour is a commercial enclave, with ferries and amusement park, western style dining. We had a quick walk around, but this time we have left our backpacks in the lockers at the station! Nothing particularly special about this place, except few shrines and a huge suspension bridge further away. After quick lunch (miso+soba noddles and ...
... am getting used to it) and even my skinny legs would be acceptable here!!
(3) The amazing food
(4) Shyness of men here
(5) The lack of displays of affection between grown ups (very sad)
(6) The amazing kindness and willingness to help others (e.g., museum archeaologist and train conductor)
(7) The dog clothing (even saw one with a doggie backpack!)
(8) That the women always have impecable make-up (and even I ...
The last day. It's always a hard time for travel, because not only does it mean the end of whatever adventure you happen to be on, it also signals the return to the life you wanted to take a vacation from. I'm envious, in a way, of the people who don't understand that, people who either enjoy their jobs and the lives they've built around those jobs.
I woke up, went for a walk, and not for the first - or last - time tried to find a way to make the joy ...