Mihara City Hotel
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... a longer route which was meant to pass through orange groves but we didn't have time so we just went the quickest way to our accommodation, Setoda Private Hostel. Contrary to what we'd read, it was easy to find. We got shown our room which was a traditional tatami mat room with ensuite. There is an onsen and dinner is at a set time. We had a couple of hours to kill so went and sat on the nearby beach with some wine. Ben arrived and joined us a bit later. The beach ...
... impossible! For some reason this place has barely any restaurants and any we did see were so expensive. In desperation we split up to check out different streets. In one area I found loads of izakayas but all in Japanese so I couldn't read prices. We found a small convenience store and decided to just get a ready meal to take back to the hostel. What a mistake! Mine was completely tasteless and had an egg which was like plastic. I had to eat it though as I was ...
... 1 after breakfast on this day is to track down some "Comfortable Shoes" as Forest Gump might say. We managed to have an American style breakfast (waffles, eggs and coffee) at a little diner about a block from our hotel. It makes me realize that an iHop would do a brisk business here in Japan as this was the first meal I've had that was decidedly unimpressive. Erika said "Your waffles are about 10 times better than these" and "The eggs we ...
... the entire area continues to look horribly light. With this in mind, I took my time packing and didn't really get too worried when Erika hadn't even started packing at 10AM. I mean hey, checkout is usually at 11AM and there's nothing I'm just dying to go do during the daylight hours with no wind. The food here has been awesome pretty much everywhere so I'm pretty certain no matter where we are or what time we arrive we ...
... enjoyed a vegetarian meal (seemingly all health foods) cooked by is in a similar manner to Shabu Shabu. The real treat came at the end of the meal when the waitress announced something in Japanese and started beating a drum. From behind us came a man(?) dressed in a kind of cloak with mask on of a smiling Japanese man and he proceeded to rub his hammer (not a euphemism!) on certain parts of guests' bodies. Our interpretation of this is that it's ...
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