Hotel Resh Tottori Ekimae
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... keep wild boar from damaging crops and for safety from the mean rascals. Occasionally the night silence is broken by an odd guitar-string-like sound and a pigs screech.
This is an international Zen center with a unique philosophy of mostly self sustaining lifestyle. This means that ¾ of the days the mostly-male residents in 20's and 30's zip about on bulldozers, power-shovels, field plows and rice harvesting machines doing all the work needed to feed 20 ...
Rich green rice paddies, a rich variety of mountain panoramas, tiny towns with crystal clear mountain brooks, traditional tiled roof/ bamboo slat houses, river-bridge views of modern, organized and clean cities – traveling by rail in Japan gives a sampling-platter of Japanese life. The cutting-edge bullet train feels like a rocket ship, but the local trains that slice through the ...
... to start it in the hopes the battery would build up just enough juice, but no luck. She wasn't happy. She went into the store and the lady there said if we had jumper cables she could help out, but she didn't have any and neither did we. Hanako called her dad to confirm, and he didn't belong to an auto club so we were stuck. The lady in the shop said there was a mechanic down the road that might be open, and if not there was a gas station further down. Joe and I set off ...
... hilly area with the surfy coast truely excited me.
The scenery I expected is like below.
I arrived in Tottori at half past 2 in the afternoon by bus. In the bus station, I caught a sight of a bus just leaving for the sand dunes, so I headed for the bus and waved to have the bus stopped. The driver realized me and he opened the door ...
... back to the bus stop (where we had an 1 hour wait to get back into town). At the bus stop , there was a shop selling all types of local foodstuffs (which you can try if you are hungry), these are very common in Japan. We were hungry so to fill our stomachs we pretended we were interested in each product, but bought none! In the evening , we found the only restaurant in town ...