Nishitetsu Inn Hakata
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... U.S. I've also noticed the number of people that ride bikes are way higher than in Korea. I am thankful that the weather has been nice, even though it has been a little on the warm side.
I've attached some pictures of my adventure. I hope that you enjoy my experience through the pictures. I hope everyone has a great weekend.
... 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.
... you can tell I have experienced a lot this afternoon and evening. I am going to be taking it easy for a bit tonight. I will be up early in the morning so that I can be at the Consulate as close to 8:00am as possible to drop off my passport and give them my visa number. I will be taking the subway to the consulate. I will find out tomorrow morning when I drop off my passport exactly how long I will have to stay in ...
... So we just realized that we had even more room for souvenirs, and we still had some yens to spend... So on we went for dinner and one very last shopping adventure in Fukuoka. On Hokkaido, it has been all about nature. On Honshu, it has been about the highlights of Japan with temples, gardens, castles, huge cities. On Shikoku and Kyushu, we've been enjoying bathing in all possible ways combined with a shopping addiction :) Now we are ready to go ...
... Nobu’s parent’s family business which is making the gates for the
Shrines. There are only 3 companies in Japan that do this but it is still quite
competitive. I think eventually Nobu will join him and help with the business
end of things. Nobu’s father is very happy that someone will be taking over the
business that has been in the family for many generations. Typical of the
middle class in Japan, Nobu & Taka work hard, 60 hours in a 6 ...