Miyazaki Kanko Hotel
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... thousands of shrines in Japan, but there are some really cool rock formations which the sea has eroded into unusual shapes and when the tide goes out, gives you a chance to do some rock pooling and see some sea creatures!
The hostel we stayed in was very good. It was run by a really laid back surfer and the rooms gave off really calm and relaxing vibes with incense burning and reggae music playing in the back ground! I stayed in a four bed mixed dorm that ...
We left Nagasaki at 6pm and sailed through the night. We got back from dinner to find our steward had created an amazing Sphinx from towels and there it was greeting us wearing Dawn's sunglasses. (We have pictures)
The Captain said the sea would be a little rough overnight but it was not that bad after all. It was showering when we docked at Miyazaki. I am sure the people greeting the ship would rather the weather was fine so they could display their banners; instead they ...
... some tribal ritual with the mannequin’s head, but we simply impaled it on a stake and posted it by the hut. This worked as it kept the enemy tribes away.
We had a very nice dinner and declined Tadashi’s offer to partake of the local hot tubs. These are segregated by gender and are sans clothing. The Barons were not up for this. The surf didn’t cooperate but I look forward to getting a paddle out with my surf partner in the ...
... on the way south. The scenery was amazing. It showed signs of the warmer climate as palm trees began to appear and we started to see some cherry blossoms. Susan found us a hotel at the Miyazaki Station. The hotel has Wi-Fi so we could reconnect with family and friends and work with our clients. We thought the hotel was 20 minutes from Tadashi's house but it ended up being more like 2 hours! We were unable to ...
... that we went to a local sochu destillery where they have a free guided tour and sample as much as you want free - bliss for Juraj!! Of course we sampled a few and ended up buying a barley sochu.
Off do Miyazaki where we decided to stay the night at the cypber cafe (so we can do this blog and a few other things) as this is a 24h one and they have private booths ...