Hotel Nikko Fukuoka
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Last post from Fukuoka Japan!!!
Just wanted to let you know that my Japan trip is coming to an end. The time has almost come for me to leave and head toward the Korean Consulate to pick up my passport. Once I pick my passport up I will then head back to the Hakata Port International Terminal were I will take the ferry boat back to Korea. ...
... Friday afternoon. This means that I will be able to head back to Korea Friday afternoon after picking up my passport.
For the rest of day and all day tomorrow I will take time to explore the area and I in. I will post pictures of my adventures.
... After I got off at the correct bus stop I had my map in hand and was headed to find my hostel where I am staying. I had to stop a couple of times and ask people, but they were very understanding and very helpful in getting me in the right direction. After a few minutes I was finally able to find it. I am staying in a dormitory like hostel. It has a floor for females and a floor for males. Each floor has 10 beds in it. ...
... hour drive to get there with stops at a couple of the
fancy rest stops along the way. They serve really good food at these places at
reasonable prices to boot. Our first destination was to the rim of the original
crater formed over ******years ago. This crater is the largest in the world. Today
the town of Aso is present below along with acres and acres of fertile farming
fields. The volcanic soil makes for good growing conditions. Towering above the
... of Emperor Meiji. The six floor main tower now houses a museum of the history of the castle, but fortunately most of it is in Japanese giving me a great excuse to just admire the views rather than read all the information! The walls around the castle again demonstrate the brilliant, earthquake-proof engineering that we have seen both in Japan and South America that are both so earthquake prone and yet have many examples of masonry that has survived centuries. I think ...