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... owner of the Ryokan had inherited the establishment from his parents who had run the place for over 40 years. The owner - Oyama-san - actually spoke really good English and was very helpful. As there was very little wind, I mentioned that I was hoping to find a windsurfer to rent so I could go and sail around the very interesting volcanic island called Chiringashima. Oyama-san immediately started calling around and speaking to people in Japanese. He eventually explained that ...
... get him to wake up. The first thing he said as he woke was, "Silencio!" Even without knowing any Spanish, as English speakers, it is clear he is telling them to be quiet. However, they did not know until days later that he was not speaking gibberish but that he was communicating and he knew exactly what to say.
In 2012, when I came to Japan with my mother, I had a chance to see my father after 27 years! The reunion was bittersweet because ...
Today started with a train ride south to Kagoshima. This is the location where Erika's biological father lives. After reviewing the wind forecast and looking at the area via google satellite view, I thought we should have gone here yesterday. Well, we got here today.
Our hotel was easy to find, literally across the street from the train station so we got checked in and situated pretty quickly. As we had acquired some information about a beach near our hotel that might be sailable ...
WE DID: - Shinkansen (bullet train) from Fukuoka to Kagoshima. Tram and Ferry from Kagoshima to Sakurajima. - Tour bus around the major parts of the island including an observatory (closest you can go to the volcano) for stunning views. - Local bus to a hotel with a natural hot spring onsen, created by the heat from the volcano. Mixed gender (came with no bathing suits!). Not too sure of the protocol and the manager helpfully said 'use a towel' but we ...
... misty mountains of the other one across the sea as we passed.
Ibusuki itself was very quiet, almost feeling abandoned, with the covered arcade we walked through playing gentle 50s surf rock as we meandered down to the beach.
About a 20 minute walk away was the spa we were aiming for. We paid our entrance fee, got changed into our cotton yukata, and headed down to the beach front, where friendly people were ...
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