Hotel Marital Sousei
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I woke up early this morning to get out the door early and exploring before catching my train to Fukuoka at 2pm.
This morning breakfast was graciously supplied by the hostel: a piece of thick toast, jam, and a "hard" boiled egg. This was the worst egg I've ever had to peel in my life. It took me about 5 minutes to peel it. Think about that, it may not sound horrible at first blush, but FIVE freakin' minutes, bit by bit, peeling off little specks at a time. Then I ...
Softly lit river tour boats glide across the placid canals passing banks lined with tiny bamboo food stalls each releasing a cloud of steam carrying the aroma of freshly cooked seafood. Young musicians line the canal banks next to a few costumed mime actors.
This is a lay-over stop at this lovely seaside resort city and I was not disappointed when I was forced ...
... in the 13th Century. Luckily, Andy is a trusting soul and agreed to the change.
Today dawned bright and clear, not a cloud in the sky and the temperature soon climbed into the mid-twenties. My toe felt better enough to do some walking, so we set off to explore Fukuoka. The train station has a big shopping mall attached to it and there are many cafes and restaurants, in addition to lots of shops. We decided to go there for breakfast and ...
... has been a brick, so I hope I can find something to do tomorrow that will compensate.
This site is offline tomorrow, for planned maintenance apparently, so we might not be able to blog. That being the case, we change location to Kyoto on Wednesday and will do our best to put on anther entry as soon as we can.
Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible and we thank you for your patience and continued interest in our humble efforts.
... big beds, air conditioning that talks to you (shades of Sirius Cybernetics Corporation), a small table and easy chair in addition to the usual desk and office-type chair and loads of room to move about. After getting my shoe off, I couldn't face the pain (wimp, I know) of putting it back on again, so Andy went off to buy supplies from the local convenience store across the road, returning with comestibles and some gel pads which absorb heat from your body, which have proved quite effective.
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