Hotel New Kajiwara
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... 8211; not like anything we’ve tasted back home. Of course you can get any type of cuisine here you want – Italian, French, Indian and lots of Starbucks – it was a bit strange the other night when we went for Indian food and the Indian waiter could only speak Japanese!
We had a great 5 days in Matsuyama – we saw and did many things including walking to one of the temple on the pilgrimage hike. The weather continues to be awesome – 24-26 degrees each ...
... we think he did but our Japanese is not good enough to understand everything, hihihi) that he could not cut our hair. So we left, went back to the hotel, had dinner. After dinner, we went back to the main street in our yukata, as everybody does. You can see from the yukata at which hotel people are staying. Our hotel has a green yukata with waves (the one I am wearing), some others are blue ...
... so with some time to spare, i went for a walk and noticed that a lot of people were walking on the streets in their yukatas (cotton kimono used in ryokans) going from one bath house to the other. Gezellig ;) Dinner was as we are used in Ryokans: lots of small dishes like soup, sashimi, meat, salad, and rice of course. Good food :) In the meantime, our room with table had been switched into a room with futon beds: good ...
... the ukulele, Yoko immediately left to fetch hers from her house.
She'd been learning for 4 months and wasn't confident enough to play for us tonight, but asked Nat to play Country Road – a song made popular in Japan by the Studio Ghibli film 'Whisper of the Heart.'
Tsuneto even said that Nat was the first guest they had had (out of 107) that had ever sung for them – a special first!
We snuggled into our ...
... such great views from here and we saw all of the crazy currents in the water. It was strange but they seemed to be flowing all over the place and you could see them really clearly in the sunlight. Ben had to press on as he had a bus to catch back across the islands to Onomichi so we said our goodbyes. Then we steadily carried on. The bridge seemed to last forever! As we reached the end we found a dog running around with no owner and near a busy junction. We grabbed him by ...