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... I did there?) I can't wait for the tropical snorkeling opportunities we will have in the upcoming months!
For those of you not in the loop I am still catching up on a few blogs, it has been a busy
month and living takes precedence over writing (unfortunately for you, fortunately for us) but we are back on the farm and will be staying put for a month...which means hopefully the chance to catch everyone up to speed! Miss you all bunches ...
... on in Japanese and I honestly think I could understand him....might be the Grandma in me!
Yumi dropped us off that afternoon at Saki-no-Yu Hot Spring with just a couple of snake towels (the Japanese use towels about 12" wide by 36" long at hot springs) and a promise to pick us up after she got the girls from school...at least that what we think she said?! So....we've just met this woman, we know where she lives but probably couldn't find the ...
... maguro, sea bream, squid and even sole (which we have never had as sashimi before but was really sweet and tender.
As usual, we had the multiple small covered plates of special delicacies that we would could ourselves, or open to our surprise as we went through our dinner presentation. Keely happened to lift the top off of an 8” long light green bowl and screamed, “It’s alive!”, which got everyone’s attention. Sure enough, ...
... as they hiked along the trail, but very few are operating today, due to the low numbers of hikers. It would have been very fun to have been able to enjoy stopping for tea along the way, as we did in Nepal, but perhaps that be possible again in a few years as the trail becomes more popular.
After 6 miles we came to the small town of Chikatsuya, where we ate lunch at a tiny organic café called Cabelo. We had a nice set menu lunch of humus, salad and ...
The futon beds in the monastery were very comfortable last night and we slept great! One of the monks came to get us at 6:50am to escort us to the morning service in their temple. The service itself was reminiscent of the services we witnessed at several buddhist temples in Nepal, with the bells, cymbals and chanting, but in a much more refined and luxurious setting. It was very peaceful and relaxing, and the chanting is very conducive to meditation. ...
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