Kakogawa Plaza Hotel
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... 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....
... more enjoyable! Lots of photos of all different marine and aquatic animals. I loved seeing the seals frolicking and being fed as well as the ginormous tank holding two whale sharks and a myriad of other sharks and rays. The jellyfish displays were very cool too, seeing a whole range of different types. We finished up and had a snack of green tea/vanilla softserve (for me) and chocolate/banana mix Dippin Dots (for Stirl) before jumping on the Temozan ...
... It is quite an experience. Just for the fun of it, I decided to find out the price on one of these bad boys. It costs around $700 USD, but I will definitely have one installed in my house if possible.
February 13, 2010 (LAST DAY in Japan)
A few friends and I decided to do some independent traveling our last day in Japan so we woke up around 6 AM and caught the subway to Kyoto. Kyoto is known for ...
Jan 23, 1:41pm
So i passed out after i checked in and didn't manage to get to the harbourland... but woke up to japanese soap opera and with a phone call from my friend hoshi.
i've missed hoshi. he was a great partier in Toronto and still is. we had supper (where ihad the best tasting almond pudding and blueberry mojito) and then we went to a FOREIGNER's pub..
not the band.. but it was just some english pub where foreign guys come to pick up ...
... do the job, a mold is utilized, so it is a kind of double fermentation that is more complex and laborious than either beer brewing or wine making. At the end of the tour, we got the drink we had looked forward to, a chilled cup of fresh, unpasteurized sake. Somewhat more alcoholic than the finished, bottled product, it was at once refreshing and warming. We strolled back to the train station lightly ...