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... cross our path
to Kobe, Japan; the Amsterdam is a very solid ship, it's not small,
and it is very stable but this was going to be a category 3 typhoon
so “Captain Fred” put us into high gear and we headed for Japan
at about 25 knots. That is water skiing speed and we were really
moving, everything was tied down and we were kept updated on the
weather even if all we could see was rain.
was to speed ...
... and we had an hour drive to Nara area. I started talking to woman in front of me turns out from San Fran area. It was nice to talk to someone from the states and from California. I then met her sister and brother-in-law Scott, who is a Pediatrician in Okinawa. Scott lived in Charleston for 6 years, so we became instant friends, between the 4 of us it was a great dynamic, turns out Meg is a PT, Jane is aOT,etc. We were ...
... a chocolate.
Had a lovely beer made in Nagano for my mandatory Canada Day beer: Yona Yona ;).
By the time we got all settled into the hotel, it was quite late. Went wandering to see if we could find an eatery open at 1am on a Sunday. Ended up at a nifty little place where I ordered by vending machine. Pretty good curry :)
Tomorrow is Universal Studios Japan. Woo!
... me) and with unidentified sea creatures (Maran) :)
After the breakfast we checked out of the hotel, left the bags at the reception and went to conference venue. I attended the first tutorial (by a guy from Microsoft) while Maran was hanging out at a Starbucks.
After that we had to move our stuff from the first hotel to the second place. On the way back to ...
... of three temples that the guide had rec commended. After walking for about forty minutes, we found Ninnaji Temple, the first of the three.
It's said that the grounds of the Ninnaji Temple is home to many of Japan's national architectural treasures, and as we wandered around the quiet grounds we understood why. Huge five-story Pagodas, burnt orange huts with brightly coloured dragons and numerous Buddhist shrines, it really was a feast of ...