Hotel Pearl City Kobe
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... by the cruise line. We get dropped at the entrance to the Motomachi shopping street. It's a covered pedestrian street that stretches for at least 2 km and includes retail shops, fresh food and restaurants, cafes and street food vendors. About 500 metres after we emerge from the shopping street we come to the Minatogawa Jinja (shrine). There are an enormous number of Shrines in Japan, but as this is our first we are quite intrigued. To add to the interest ...
... started putting on a show. By about 5 pm we had finally gotten to the Yokozunas. There were two. There have only been 69 Yokozunas in the last 300 years, so it was really cool to get to see them. The place was packed and everyone was really into it. The first one of the Yokozuna matches went pretty quick, but the last one the guy had a record of 9-0 for the tournament. He was going up against a guy that looked like he might be Russian and had to be ...
... we fit right in, and the people are wonderful. I was thinking that the Japanese and Sri Lankan's have a similar karma and energy, and a beautiful simpleness about them. What difference to Singers, both Japan and Singers are very rich nations, but there is literally nothing the same about them. Perhaps its got to do with the four seasons as well? Whatever the case, the air is so lovely fresh and cool here (early autumn). Again I digress. Shitennoji was just amazing, ...
... No, unlike that shrimp head I ate earlier this week, takoyaki was awesome from the first steaming hot bite.
As we stroll the streets, the people are warm, friendly, and relaxed. They speak less English than the people in Kyoto, who speak less English than the people in Tokyo, but it seems not to matter. Everyone is very curious about us. They ask us where we are from and where exactly is Colorado. Linds and I ...
It is hard to keep up with our voyage, so many countries, cities, gardens and restaurants and so few days between them. This morning if I remember correctly we entered Kobe, Japan. I am not the only one who has slowly become saturated, the early morning crowd that is always up to see the new ports as we enter them has dwindled. It's a pity because; although the Kobe harbor is not spectacular we were welcomed by a water display put on by a ...