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Travel Blogs from Takeo
Monday, August 12th
Good-bye Global Arena.
Lazy day, all packed up leaving on the 3:06 train meeting Carlos & Erin and heading to Sasebo.
Tuesday, August 13th
Slept in and went to Daito for Sushi-ro drank in Ashley's apartment
... the process and to view the exhibitions of famous prints and I have to admit I have a bit more appreciation for the output now, but let's just say that if this is the largest museum in Japan I would hate to pay to get into any of the others!! The trip to the museum on the outskirts of the town did take me for a walk through the suburbs however, which really shows the Japanese pride that they have in everything, from ...
... on a bicycle herding the few visitors back to the entrance. It would have been nice to wander for another half hour but I saw enough of the park. Also I chose the right train from Huis Ten Bosch this afternoon as had I come any later I wouldnt have had any time to see the park. ...
... was more like a subway car. After a few more minutes I made it to Yoshinogari Station where the archeological park was Videos: JR Huis Ten Bosch Glass Train http://youtu.be/yx2mhF8DyX8 JR Kyushu Glass Train http://youtu.be/FOSEUDMwRIU ...
Everyone takes a lot of care not to hit us.
Brenton now has three flags flying up on his bike. And a lot more Cambodians are giving us the thumbs up.
Takeo is a small little town with not much to do but we have found a nice guest house which overlooks the lake and the breeze from that has been well received.
Leanne, Brenton and Ie-Tehn have been enjoying the usage of the b-b guns ...