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Travel Blogs from Miyazu
We had a sleep-in this morning as yesterday was a very busy day. Our activities today included gym,trivia, box making, quilling and wine tasting. Pretty quiet and relaxing day. We had drinks and nibbles before our formal night dinner with our new Canadian friends from Vancouver, Cam, Linda, Hilda and ...
... for an old couple who then started trying to have a full blown conversation with her in Japanese, it was so funny. Also opposite the Onsen was a natural spring that locals said gave them good health.
As it had small cups next to it Chris took a taste and immediately had to spit it out. It was salty and warm and we were suddenly unsure if he should be drinking it at all, it was not good.
A little further ...
... for you to play around with.
Ginza Station, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, Ginza and Hibiya lines exit B9 or Yurakucho Station, JR Yamanote line
5. Mad about cars? Toyota Auto Salon Amlux
One of the world’s largest car showrooms. If you have brought your international driving licence, you can test drive any of the 70 cars ...
... lovely little room, where the traditional Japanese Macha tea was served, and change into our Yukata.
It was cold walking around outside in the Yukata, but we did have several layers on, and also particularly fetching snow boots! Nevertheless we had little time to waste as we had a lot of Onsen to fit in and only one evening and one morning with which to do it!
The first Onsen we decided to try ...
... beach at Sakajiri all the time. My older eyes see a much different scene. It's beautiful, the sea is rough because of the storm. I can’t imagine that this was the same place I played many years ago.
I get back and run into my auntie and Yoko-chan. Yoko-chan is now 80 something. Very genki. She is deaf and can not speak, but I have always been able to communicate with her. She is a kimono maker, she made me a kimono when I was ...