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... road with a blue line that you follow as well as with signs often. There is the main recommended route but also other routes you can take to see different things along the way. We were going to try and go off the main route on Mukaishima but it started to get hilly and we were realising how bad our bikes were already. We only had 3 gears and with big backpacks in the child seats it made it harder going and a bit wobbly. We decided therefore to go back and stick to the ...
... impossible! For some reason this place has barely any restaurants and any we did see were so expensive. In desperation we split up to check out different streets. In one area I found loads of izakayas but all in Japanese so I couldn't read prices. We found a small convenience store and decided to just get a ready meal to take back to the hostel. What a mistake! Mine was completely tasteless and had an egg which was like plastic. I had to eat it though as I was ...
On this day we both took our time waking up. There was no free breakfast to rush off to, no wind to surf in and rain in the forecast. We took our time. By the time we actually did get moving it was clear that my feet are still sore. Actually its just my 2 little toes which each have nice blisters and are definitely in need of some rest. It occurs to me that some flip flops would do the trick and allow my toes to heal up over the next day or so. ...
... something that will impress me. With that very laid back frame of mind I started gathering my things and pretty much had everything ready to go when our room phone rang at 10:22AM. As I hadn't even noticed that our room had a phone until this moment it came as a bit of a surprise to me. Erika hopped up and grabbed the phone and she says a few sentences in Japanese and then hangs up. She then says "Checkout was at 10AM so ...
... enjoyed a vegetarian meal (seemingly all health foods) cooked by is in a similar manner to Shabu Shabu. The real treat came at the end of the meal when the waitress announced something in Japanese and started beating a drum. From behind us came a man(?) dressed in a kind of cloak with mask on of a smiling Japanese man and he proceeded to rub his hammer (not a euphemism!) on certain parts of guests' bodies. Our interpretation of this is that it's ...
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