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... She started picking up speed and sliding down the steep drop off when the owner of the Ryokan - Oyama-san who was stading outside in the dark smoking yelled out "No, don't go in there!" Erika reached out her hand and I caught it while she managed to slow herself down enough to prevent falling directly into concrete portion of the drainage ditch. It was dark and the ambulances lights had blinded us but I was thankful Erika didn't fall into that ditch.
Later that ...
... knew that Brian is very focused on kiting so they wanted to show us the coastline. We drove to a high point where we got the most amazing view of a small, uninhabited island called Chiringashima that is linked to the mainland by a one-half mile sand path. Depending on the tides, you may not be able to walk across.
We then drove down to the same path and walked just a little ways. It was such a nice day and the place was beautiful. ...
... ready pretty quickly to check things out. After about a 5 minute train ride and a 40 minute hike we arrived at Iso Swim Beach. There was almost no wind on the beach but a wind line was approaching and it looked like it might be possible in a few minutes to kiteboard. The sea here is impressive and in the middle of Kagoshima bay is a giant smoking active volcano! Yeah, no kidding, this thing is discharging ash probably as I type! We caught a few pretty good pictures of the bay and ...
... little area that was set up like an Edo-period street, lined with tiny restaurants that specialised in a few things each. It seemed the custom was to eat your way along it, grabbing small bites at each one, like tapas.
Being tired and hungry, however, we found one that did big bowls of ramen as well as skewers of pork and stayed there. The helpful tourist information lady suggested we try the Kagoshima-style chicken ...
... A 500 yen entrance fee allows tourists to visit all seven
gardens. Entry tickets cannot be purchased at the gardens themselves
except the one at the northern end of the district. They are also
available at a few shops adjacent to parking lots along the main street
that runs parallel to the samurai district.