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... right next to us and they actually reserved 2 spots. They then removed the place marks and seated us in the 2 spots that had been reserved! Oh, Oyama-san must have reserved those seats for us. "Sugoi" I thought! Erika eventually noticed that on the other side of my seat was a fish tank full of lobsters, fish and a fairly large moray eel! I wondered out loud whether all the items in the tank are served as some form of sushi. Erika wondered as well and eventually asked ...
... that Brian was a big blond, blue-eyed guy. He immediately had said that he would arm wrestle Brian. We thought that was funny. As soon as he arrived, Miki reminded him about the arm wrestling at the house, he just as quickly declined. He was a really nice guy and I am sure he didn't want to pressure Brian....;-)
Ikeda-San had just finished his med school studies and was going through his internship rounds. He liked soccer and his ...
It was around this point that we noticed Kagoshima was also very dusty, with deposits of black dust piling up along the pavements and roads.
We're going to visit Sakurajima properly tomorrow, but we got some excellent photographs from the port.
At Dolphin Port itself, there was a small festival set up with music and what looked like local dance groups performing on a stage, with a few ...
... bit slower but understandable given the terrain. Very scenic ride through rural Kyushu, weaving in and out of tunnels, bays, mountain sides and bridges. Roughly 2 hours, maybe 2+ beers. Longest one-train-stretch of the trip: Hakata to Osaka, approximately 600km - a 7 hour drive averaging 55mph takes a bit over 3 on ...
... 149.01 kmē and shares a border with Ei, a town to its north.
On January 1, 2006, the towns of Kaimon and Yamagawa (both from Ibusuki District) were merged ...