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... being so old, I had to make do with the protector from the new GF6. It is slightly smaller but will have to do.
We had a udon dinner at a small restaurant on the basement level of the train station. Cheapest meal yet at 490 yen pp. We made a quick trip to the Tokyu Hands department store for a quick look see.
By the time we got back to the hotel, it was almost 9pm. Time for the obligatory laundry and blog. ...
... die with the other.
We took a taxi to a pedestrian mall and wandered through the shops. We did see the typical tourist junk venues but places local frequent. Our taxi driver spoke English well, and was concerned we would not be able to get back to the ship. He wrote directions for us to give the next driver.
The goodbye and sail away featured precision Japanese drummers. They were upbeat and energetic. It was a wonderful ending to a nice ...
... our agenda, get a new watch band, eat another Japanese meal and a visit to their equivalent to our dollar store, they call it the 100 yen store. Two out of three is not bad. Still looking for that watch band!!
In Japan the train stations seems to be more than just transportation hubs, the two that we have been in have also been include upscale shopping malls as well. This one had several locations one of which was seven stories tall. ...
It was going to be a late start this morning. The special train, Ibusuki no Tamatebako, was to leave Kagoshima at 11.57am, arriving at Ibusuki at 12.48pm. As a result, we have practically the whole morning free. So after breakfast, Lynne, John, Joseph and myself, went down to take a city tour. It's one of those hop on, hop off buses. If you just did the straight run, it would take an hour. The one that was advertised on the bus stand left every 30 minutes from 9am. ...
... tickets. David and I showed ours while Steve fumbled in his bag trying to find his 'ticket’. The ticket man gave up and ran on to another couple, chasing them instead. He didn’t even have to play the Gaijin (foreigner that doesn’t know what he is doing) card, leaving it in his proverbial hand for another time. After a most enjoyable day in Nagasaki David and I came to the same conclusion – we should have stayed in Nagasaki instead of ...