Hotel Sun Route Muroran
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... music. Ahh. It was just a really loud, long and commanding announcement for the sightseeing boat.
I took the boat today. The water is as smooth and clear as glass - the boat simply glides through the water. Except for the diminishing shoreline, it felt completely motionless. The fairytale castle boat (look at the photo) brought me to the island of Oshima, part of Nakajima in the middle of Lake Tōya. An angry swan awaited the boat's arrival ...
... found the Japanese people as a whole to be amazing to deal with. Even when the language barrier comes up, they are more then willing to go the extra mile to try and accommodate. The politeness, hospitality and just warm nature has made our time in Japan one of our favourite countries so far. Anyways, after lunch we made our way to the seashore as it had been so long since we smelt the salty sea air. with a quick whiff we were back on the train and heading towards ...
Breakfast was a buffet that had a variety of items. I liked having the curry, and the rice cake soup. There was eggs, and sausage. I haven't had any of the scrabbled eggs yet. The eggs here are runny, so I think they are not cooked, but I have been told they have a lot of cream, that's why they are runny. After breakfast, we headed an hour out of Chitose to Edo Wonderland (Noboribetsu Jidai-mura). The place looks like old Japan, it is a mini theme park with shows. ...
... 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 ...
... to appear impolite, we followed him across the road to a block of units.
After removing shoes in the foyer and entering the penthouse, Mr Yamamoto explained he is a retired shoe manufacturer and owns two buildings in Muroran, including the one we were in. We exchanged brief life and family histories over coffee before visiting his family shrine. His wife gave us small hand made crafts as gifts. After exchanging photos, ...
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