Ibusuki Kaijyo Hotel
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... coming to midnight, I did not have to go hungry to bed, there were plenty of food choices around.
Once in bed, I hardly could close an eye, the 12 man dormitory room was full, according to the sound, 11 of them were snoring, one louder then the other!
Naturally, I was tired the following day, not only from not sleeping but the long ride too.
Luckily, the next hostel, which is booked for the two following night, had no ...
Just Japan now, off the beaten track, the best way to see it, with a guided and a small group of 11. Starting with Kyoto, an ancient capital off to beautiful towns offering lovely warm baths, even a fish spa! And the water just flows constantly through.
The fish nibble away at your feet, it's a lot of fun. Some peoples legs are black with baby coi, other people ...
We had an earliesh breakfast at about 6.45am. We didn't have to be at the station till about 8.30am but Owen said to be there 15 minutes earlier. Anyway, we checked out of this very nice Sheraton Hotel and got to the station by 7.45am. There were a few from the tour already there.
We caught the 8.42am shinkansen to Shin-Yamaguchi arriving there at 9.28am. From there, we caught the steam engine train, the SL Yamaguchi-go, to ...
... of hours at Yufuin a lovely craft/touristy place - a little like Maleny near Brisbane - which we had been a couple of time before. There is a short walk by some flowing water where we see the same white heron type bird (with yellow feet) standing in the water waiting for grubs and such like to emerge from the bed or banks. He/she was there again.
... we need to take the ferry. We have the information we need so we proceed to the ferry terminal which is about 1km away. It is so steamy today. It was raining first thing but that has stopped and it's going to be about 30 today and 80% chance of more rain. Our timing was pretty good as we walked straight onto the ferry and it left very soon after that. No tickets required for the ferry, you pay the ¥160 each when you get off on the other side. We had bought a ticket to ...