Miyazaki Kanko Hotel
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I originally wanted to visit Miyazaki because I'd heard it had a lot of beaches and I really fancied a change from the hectic cities of Japan.
My two Swiss friends and I stayed in a small beach resort called Aoshima, which is sort of like an old, almost Californian surfer town. The town itself looks like a 50's renovation which over the decades has been slowly left to decline. For me though, this added a lot of charm to the quite town with its coconut tree ...
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 ...
... around. Kathryn told us that her class had some cooking instruction. Travis had injured his wrist with some relay races. It was a very nice visit with the school.
Then it was off to the beach! We took 5 large trash bags and swept the beach for trash. Kathryn found a mannequin’s head with hair so we had fun with that. Travis started to build a hut with some bamboo that had washed up. We all pitched in and head a great time. I wanted ...
... Tadashi that night so we explored Miyazaki. Robert’s eyes lit up as we spied a Starbucks! We picked up some of their instant coffee. We saw a very large group of teenagers and they began to stare at the kids. We went over and let them maul Travis. His hair has become long and curly again. There was a lot of small talk and then Robert asked what they were all doing there. Their reply? “Drinking!”
... 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 ...