Kirishima Kokusai Hotel
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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 ...
... toys out of car windows. As the weather was closing in, we didn't bother getting out of the train at the most of the stations anymore. I did come out once with Des. One of the train staff came out to hold an umbrella over us.
We just tried taking photos out of train windows, with Joseph sleeping most of the way. He had been sleeping so much on the trains that a couple of the guys on the train were concerned that he ...
... the PJs that Qantas gave out in BC as they were really poor quality anyway. We may consider buying a yukata (Japanese PJs) at our last stop at Sapporo.
Breakfast will be at 7.30am tomorrow. The weather forecast is for rain, possibly due to Typhoon Phanfone drifting off the southern coast of Japan. So far, we haven't experienced much in bad weather. It has been seriously hot and humid. We are scheduled to go on to four different trains tomorrow
We arrive in Kagoshima, a city at the southern tip of Japan's southernmost island of Kyushu at 7am and we will need to be back on board by 2.30 this afternoon so we are up and onshore before 8am. But what to do as we have no set plans. We take the free shuttle into the city which is a 40 minute drive and in that time we decide that we want to go to see the Volcano. Sakurajima is one of Japan's most active volcanoes. The island sits just off the coast of Kagoshima so to ...
... trying to work out what I'm going to do when I get somewhere. The lady at information says to follow the tram tracks so I ignore this and follow the river. I go past some "birthplace of" people they are clearly proud of but I have no idea who they are. They've gone all out on tourist information even though there's very little to see. The river gets me no where so I admit defeat and ask for directions. He (and his wife) google maps it, goes on and on in Japanese before ...