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So I chose to travel with the ship down to Kobe. There were about 160 people that chose to do the same. We had one day at sea before reaching Kobe which I took as a day to sleep. That evening the main dining room was offering dinner with full waiter service. I ordered steak and it was probably the best thing I am going to eat on this ship. It was dinner like on a regular cruise ship. Very good. Our table was next to where the hotel director was seated and he bought our ...
... how skilled he was. It was interesting seeing which portions of the tuna that we were eating only moments earlier. When he was left with the carcass, he took a metal spoon and scraped all of the remaining flesh out - we were shocked at how much meat was still left on there! To our surprise, he then have us some of the flesh for us to sample. It was incredible. We were on such a high - people normally wait weeks to be able to witness a show like that, and ...
... a subtle escape saying we already had
to be somewhere, realising he knew more then us about England
Our last day in Osaka was a bit of a failure. A long hunt for a
working ATM dragged the morning out and then we decided we should
plan and book for the rest of time in Japan due to the mix up with
the Osaka hostels already. We were also not feeling great, just over
a month of travelling is catching up with us, and so a 'shizzle' ...
Day 6 – 26 December
The first day of using our JR pass! We
decided to go to Kobe today, just to look around a different city and
see some sights. It was a pretty enjoyable day – we left the hotel
around 10am and didn't arrive in Kobe till about 11.30am, but we
still had plenty of time ...
... out there about the price of food in Japan, and it's true, and yet not, at the same time. If you eat in moderate level restaurants, you can easily pay up to $60-70 each for a decent feed. But if you eat with the locals and keep your eyes and ears open, you can easily get a top feed for around $25 for two people, similar price to home. It's a myth, and it's sama sama home. Slept long and easy after a really great day, and thank the gods I was feeling well. Japan, its got me hooked already, like big ...