Hotel Kintetsu Aquavilla Ise Shima
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... again officials with signs and roped off areas directing you where to go. We made it back to Ise and our guesthouse at 6.40. Long day. First thing showers then I went out to source food for boys. They didn't want to go out again. Fun. Later Ed and I went out for dinner. Turns out most kitchens closing. We ended up at a place called Queens Diner which sounds awful except that no one spoke English and it was a blackboard menu with no pictures. We managed to order ...
We spent the night at Ryokan Seikanso. So peaceful, quiet and traditional. Woke up to rain however it did clear. Left Nara 11'ish. Unfortunately the boys didn't believe me when I said we had to get off the train and change lines and that's where our adventure started. We ended up arriving at Ise an hour later than we should have however we met lots of wonderful Japanese rail officers and all were ...
... have any soft drinks.
We are off to Hiroshima tomorrow morning. 8.05am at the station. Since breakfast is at 7am and the lifts are a pain in the neck, this does not leave us with much time at all. We have bought some gyoza and will have that in the room instead.
We have heard that there is a typhoon on the way - Typhoon Phanfone. Hopefully, we will miss it. It is due to hit in a few days time. So far, the weather forecast ...
... a short train ride from Toba). The
town looked like it was used to cater for tourists but everything was empty at
this time of year. We visited the Okitama shrine from which there is a good
view on Meoto Iwa, the “wedded rocks”. The rocks represent husband and wife and are linked by a rope (shimenawa rope). At certain time of years, Mount Fuji can
even be seen between the rocks. This was not the case for us as it ...
... sample), and ate ice cream from a locally run convenience store. As we walked, it became blatantly obvious that this town does not get very many foreigners. Many people looked right at me and said, in Japanese of course, "What? She has blonde hair?!" and the kids just stared.
We hung out at Toshimi-san's until around 7pm, then we went out to see the festival parade. But, by the time we got there, it had not started yet, so we went to look at the festival food ...