Hotel Piena Kobe
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... opposite direction to where we had been going! No doubt, the map was wrong! Back on board we go for a swim to cool off, then a bath to refresh and head out for the evening activities on board. Even though we are staying in port overnight we opt to take in the view from the deck. Have a nice dinner with some more interesting people from China, USA and Japan. We take in the movie (or most of it) on the big screen under the stars. A nice end to a busy but good day. ...
... br> the one kilometre drive to the hotel. There were several moments
where I was convinced we'd lose the bag while going around corners
and narrowly avoiding other cars, but we somehow made it to the hotel
with ourselves and the skis intact.
Day 1 – Friday 21 December
Day 1 was a lot more relaxed than the
night before. Had lunch at a small japanese eatery that was delicious
for about $13 of small meals (mainly businessmen for a quick bite ...
... again. It's meaningless to me. I ask, "What would you order," recognizing this could be a BIG risk. She points to an item, I say, "okay." It's a **** shoot. Now you know the definition of rolling the dice.
While working on the suds I hear what sounds like baseball. Eureka! It is baseball. Wow, even the Giants are playing tonight. But... Who's this other team? The Dragons; never heard of 'em. It's ...
... walked back through the city to the train station. It would be another 30 mins before we reached tenoji station and another 4 stops until we made it to Abiko, our home station. I got so sick on the train and thought I was going to throw up a few times. Luckily I didn't and we reached our station. Sam and Stefania offered to pick up dinner for us while Bryce and I walked back home. It was raining at this point but it felt so good. I had such bad vertigo from my ...
... a brass band. That was followed by the whole ship having to walk through the Union, the biggest classroom onboard, and as we walked through two infra-red camera’s took our temperatures. The Japanese aren’t having any sick SASers bring in swine flu or any other infectious disease. Once the ship was cleared and those with a temperature examined we all proceeded through the most thorough immigration process we have seen yet – ...