New Kobe Sun Hotel
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... particularly the older generations embrace both Buddhism and the ancient Shinto religion. Buddhism deals with the past and Shinto, the present and future. She went on to explain the differences in the worship and the times they use both. She certainly made it very interesting and at times humorous like she said that on about December 24th they all become Christian so to reap the benefits of the Christmas spirit and the children get gifts from Santa Claus. ...
... us in the right direction, two hours later we finally arrived soaking wet:s with a typhoon coming tomorrow its just supposed to rain lots snd get quite windy but nothing bad to worry about as the news said its died down since hitting much further south in the islands.
After a nap and getting our bearings we went to find the hard rock cafe to get a hamburger for a change, dinner was a blessing ...
Alarm set for 8am. Checked out of the hotel but they're storing our bags for us for the day as our flight isn't until 23:30, another long day. Have booked our airport limousine (bus) tickets and can head out there anytime, will see how bored we get here in the city.
Sitting in Starbucks having a drink. Sadly my usual tiramisu frappaccino drink has sold out and the new replacement strawberry cheesecake frappaccino isn't coming in until 5 June. Crossing fingers Singapore has it!
So after giving Nat a big Birthday hug (HAPPY BIRTHDAY NATCHAN!) and gathering ourselves together Nat and I travelled from the airport to her place. It was so great to see her and it only took us 5 minutes to be in our usual fits of laughter. She was prepping me on the food, the shopping, her friends and everything she had planned. She even tried setting me up with the sexy sleeping Japanese man opposite us on our train. ...
... br> in population and cuisine. During the Second
World War, Kobe was bombed in 1945 losing 8800 of its
citizens. Then in January 1995 it was
hit with an earthquake measuring 7.2 causing over 40,000 casualties. It decimated the port which has since been
rebuilt. A special area of the damage
has been preserved and serves as a memorial to the event. We explored the area named Harborland, only
to discover it was the ...