Hotel Vista Kumamoto Airport
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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Meal plan
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... lots of glasshouses for growing veggies, and the not so attractive built up areas. At one point the train crosses to the island of Kyushu. We were hoping to glimpse the ocean both sides of the train, but it goes via an undersea tunnel. Japan is made up of something like 6,800 islands with 3 larger ones making up the most populated areas, including Kyushu.
First impressions of Kumamoto were not good. The train station was pretty ...
... br> very common to have salads with your breakfast which we are really enjoying.
Cai our waiter is from China and has been in Japan for two weeks. He speaks
perfect Japanese and a little bit of English. On day two he came prepared to
describe all that we were eating – he had taken the menu home and learn all the
courses in English. Such a thoughtful thing for him to do.
Needless to say, after all this ...
... toys. Fair enough, they have been amazing on this whole trip.
No money is worth risking a divorce!
Another wonderful Japanese private banquet for dinner.
We have had the most Brilliant time and unbelievable experiences. There is absolutely nothing I would have changed or done differently. I am truly grateful to have been able to have this wonderful 'Gap Year’ with my beautiful little family. ...
Almost 12 hours sleep, I think we may have been tired or I may have just laid still, avoiding any movement to maximise as much quiet time as I can.
Up to level 3 for the buffet breakfast. I think we may be the only Westerners that have visited here in the last 50 years.
Traditional Japanese breakfast with enough pieces to fill our stomachs and plenty of coffee.
Short run along the river and then some time ...
... and down some old ancient streets.
I think we may be the only Westerners in the town.
Our room is Western/Japanese (which means two small beds for us, futons for Noah & Wes, a small Japanese style table and Western toilets/shower) with gorgeous river and mountain views.
In the late afternoon we watched the house boats being prepared for their dinner cruises. The simple, long pole operated boats, ...