Hotel Monterey Kobe
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Planning an early start from Kushiro, I went to bed at 9.30pm seeking a long sleep, but awoke at 2.30am and just couldn't get back to sleep. Havimg landed 3 days ago, I must still have been suffering some Prop Lag. (Sorry, couldn't help myself...)
While there were still strong westerly winds, they are pretty much guaranteed this time of year, it was the best day for a while, as ...
... I noticed that there was a massive skyscraper in front which I thought was the sky building. We didn't go up because it wasn't the sky building and it was really expensive so go up. After all of this we both went our separate ways to have a shower and relax. We were both feeling pretty tired to wanted to chill our for a while before we meet up for dinner. Once I arrived back at the hotel I got talking to an Australian guy and his girlfriend. They were both really nice. ...
Monday, March 31, 2014
The Volendam was docked in Kobe when we awoke around 6:00 AM this morning.
We had finished packing and put our bags in the hall for transit pickup around 10:30 PM last night. Carol had packed her carryon bag before we went to dinner, but had left most of it for later. I did all my packing after dinner.
We ate dinner with six Australians who often travel together. They were a ...
... they are most definitely a good thing - our belief that Japanese cuisine was limited to no more than ramen, sushi, and teriyaki, was completely shattered. Expecting so little of Japanese cuisine, made for the most pleasant of surprises as we tried to take it all in.
The variety of food on offer in Dotonbori is mind blowing, particularly the street vendors that sold everything from takoyaki (a local specialty - basically an octopus donut hole drizzled ...
... the other people to get off, so practical! Then, once everyone was off, we started to rush on again--nope! Everyone else was waiting patiently. Then an attendant came to rope off the cabins. It had a sign in English that said please wait while they clean. Once they were done and took off the rope, we looked around and people still weren't getting on! Finally, someone started to move towards the ...