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Travel Blogs from Myoko
... in rural areas it seems.
Back in the hostel after dining in the very same restaurant I'm in now, I'm given a local beer by the host and enjoy a hilarious conversation, largely being a practice of saying hello, good morning etc. in every language as well as some life advice in broken but hilarious English by my ...
... were told to put the raw egg in the sukiyaki but that didn’t appeal to us so we left it out. We also had soup and rice and of course fish. This was all washed down with a small jug of hot sake. When in Rome or Japan as the case may be!! For dessert there was a bright green piece of cake and some plums of some sort.
After dinner we returned to our room and had a glass of fairly ordinary white wine from the minbar and then settled into our futons for the ...
... small street, many with stamps out for travellers to record their progress. An afternoon nap and another visit to the Nisen finished the day.
The boys managed to stay awake for the evening Melissa. The staff had made it smaller so only seven courses including a miso with white bait, sashimi, small bites of appetizers, soba noodles, pork cooked at the table in miso wrapped in magnolia leaf, a Chinese yam dumpling (divine), and watermelon. Still too much, still ...
... Tora Tora" because that's what the audience was singing while the players did their thing. Now there was a board separating the two players, each had to think of and act one of the following: grandmother, samari or tiger. The game is quite similar to rock paper scissors; grandmother beats samari (guess he couldn't kill an old lady), samari kills tiger and tiger eats grandmother.
4. Two newspaper sheets were placed on the ground and two teams (one male one ...
... night will be fully booked with 14 people staying. There are me and my friend, an Australian girl, a group from New Zealand and a few Japanese people. I have really enjoyed staying at these hostels and I will miss that when I get to Kyoto. I am sure Kyoto will be very nice as well, but since I will be staying with a friend there I will probably not meet as many new people there as I have done here in Nagano and Tokyo. Off to new adventures tomorrow! Mata ne!! ...
Other places to stay in Myoko
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120-8 Inoyama, Myoko | Hotelfrom $79
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $36
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $88
4-11-18 Yanaidacho, Myoko | Hotelfrom $65
Akakura Onsen, Myoko | Hotelfrom $100