Hotel Sun Route Muroran
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... Turns out, it's a pretty standard buffet set-up and there are even special divided dishes so you can take up to 12 different things and they won't mix together. I was slightly jealous though when I sat down and saw the man at the next table with his very own flaming mini hot plate grill thing. This looked too complicated for night 1 so I resolved to get one the next day. I did. It was tasty.
Tōyako photos: https://www.flickr.com/gp/76649204@N02/ ...
... be, as we are still a little weirded out by the whole naked bathing that is so traditional here.
Well, the next morning both well rested from an evening onsen, we decided to head out and cruise the town and surrounding hills as we could see a thermal field behind our hotel from our window. We made our way up to the thermal field and walked around the park a bit, before heading further up into the hills and making a bit of a hike in the snow to a ...
... three shows. The first one was a Geisha show. Here they select a male from the audience. There was a Korean group in the audience with us and a guy raised his hand to volunteer. Skip also raised his hand so the both of them went up on stage and they had to "rock, paper, scissor" it out. Skip won twice, however, the Korean guy was upset, he wanted to be selected. They selected Skip, yay! Skip went backstage and then when the show started Skip was dressed up as a ...
... buy apples and cookies to feed the bears. The bears would wave for the apples. Most likely the bears were show bears. Next stop on the tour was the Volcano Science Museum. It was a museum about the volcano. The Mount Usu volcano erupts every 30 years. The last time it erupted was in 2000. On some spots of the mountain you can see steam coming out if the ground. The museum had a good video that talked about the eruptions. After the museum we stopped at ...
... recreated in the Edo period. We had wanted to go here, and after our fantastic morning decided to splash out and go. A bit disappointing as it was very commercial, with overcrowded shows and excessive souvenir shops. We decided that would be the first & last shore excursion we book off the ship.
After the trip, we watched the departure from our balcony, then headed for the dining room for dinner, before another early ...