Hotel Tsukasa Fukuchiyama
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... woke up very early because there were no curtains in our room and the sun was already up. We went to see the fishermen coming back with fishes, varying from very small to as big as 1 meter and octopuses too, though they we're not very big. Walking in the morning you would sometimes se a small crab crossing the street. Later we went up to a hill from which you could see the bay surrounded ...
... Our last memory of our home in Sanda was Kayoko in the parking lot below the train platform. She had dropped us off at the door...waved goodbye until she couldn't see us any more then drove to the other side of the station. Not wanting us to leave, she got our attention and chatted away as we waited for the train. So sweet to see tears in her eyes and feel the same.
We have a wonderful Japanese family....
After another early wake up call and quick breakfast, we're off to Amanohashidate (easy for Japanese to say so I'm going to call it Amano for short), which lies north of today's port. Our port is actually in Maizuru so our destination to Amano consisted of a short bus ride to the train station, and then an hour train ride to Amano. Once there, we rented a couple of bicycles and rode about 4 miles out on the beautiful sand spit that is covered with ...
... culture, no one even cracked a smile. This reminds me that I also could hear the men's side each night, and one thing that seems to transcend all cultures is that men are gross. They made gagging, snorting and burping sounds all night. And smoked. My last night to the public bath house I really wanted to take a photo. Unfortunately, none of the women using it that night spoke even a little English. I thought I would have a bath first then hopefully ...
... traditional clothing including a kimono for $92K(!) As it was getting late, we decided to continue east on Shijo-dori over the Kamo river to the Gion district. This is traditionally the entertainment or pleasure district in Kyoto. It is VERY Japanese, and you don't go into any of the restaurants here unless you have someone Japanese to shepard you...this is also the part of Kyoto where Geisha, and Maiko (Geisha in ...
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