Hotel Mets Kamakura Ofuna
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... many old traditional buildings instead of giant skyscrapers. First stop was Tokeiji temple. It was basically a giant graveyard up the side of a hill, it even had large spiders hanging just above head height to complete the scene (people that know me can imagine how much I enjoyed that). It had rained the during the night and there was still dew around which only added to how beautiful the temple was. Leaving Tokeiji we made for a hiking trail that would ...
... on their lunch hour, in suits, dresses and heels hiking up a mountain to see a shrine is quite an experience. It is amazing how different our countries are. Japanese people move all the time, even hiking in suits and we complain about having to walk to the fridge!!! It opens your eyes to how lazy we have become. Finally, today was the day that most of the students finally broke. They got to the complaining point of ...
... a bow" :-) then a bar with highballs and passion fruit cocktails just as i said confidently that they have no bars in japan. again lots of loud laughing. then yakitori place where i burnt my tongue with ridiculously hot miso soup. and then we ventured in karaoke - it was my idea even though i have never ever engaged myself in any kind of karaoke activity, but we are in japan and that's what they did in Lost in Translation, so i was bound to do it despite my fears. we ...
**Warning, this is going to be a long story!
This last week we sat through a 5 day orientation called AOB. Area Orientation Brief is required for all adults coming to live here. This was from 8am-4pm. The kids had to go to "camp" (aka Daycare). The first two days were people from various facilities and organizations around the base telling us what they do and what all is available around here, rules of the base, etc.
A quick entry in the blog to close out the morning that was spent in Kamakura. After I woke up. I was the first person to do so, as I'd jumped into bed relatively early the night before. I started packing while trying to be as quiet as a mouse as the other men slept just a few feet away from me on the floor. After waking Mark up and showering, I was ready to head out and get on with the day as our ...