Kagoshima Kuko Hotel
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... s , which without my newly updated map finder, I never would have discovered. Sometimes this pads literally seem to direct you into private peoples home, even through cemetery, but it always proved to be the correct way.
Further down south, mountains became the scenery again, not one mountain, many mountains!
I do not mind to climb, but of course your average speed starts to slow down, and your timetable to reach your ...
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 ...
... with a cloth cushioning as were the decor. The next carriage must have been first class as it looked more plush than ours. Some of the tour members managed to score those seats.
We stopped at several stations where the locals had put out stalls selling various local food or handiwork. The train only stayed for 5 to 8 minutes, so that was the only time they had to sell their produce. I ended up buying some vegetable tempura ...
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 ...
... set out about 1620AD by the Lord of the area. They only occupy about 40000 sq ft but have everything, water complete with little islands, the arch bridge, and little miniature moutains, everything so compact. We had a lovely lunch there in the sun. The gardens were heavily damaged after the atomic bomb but have now been completely restored.
Then back on the tram down to the Miyajima ferry terminal. It is ...