Miyazaki Kanko Hotel
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... in reverse, and again we got hopelessly lost. We were saved by a very nice woman working in a nearby shop who, although she had no English, took us out on the street and waved her arms in the direction we should go, interspersed with waves of one arm to the left and much head nodding. With the English map, and her enthusiastic directions, we made it back to the hotel. We are throwing the sketch map away!
Today we left our hotel, ...
... 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 ...
... to respect the sign). We also visited other gardens along the way back to the bus including the gardens to a restaurant with large "bonsai" plants – Michael would have loved these trees so we did our best and took some great photos to inspire him.
The visitor’s centre/souvenir area sold mostly food (which we are not allowed to take back on board due to strict customs and quarantine restrictions – I even had to put a lolly the tour guide had given us into ...
... 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!”