Omijima Kanko Hotel
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... Station, for our return to Shin-Yamaguchi.
A little while after we returned to the hotel, we met up the rest of the group who spent the day in Miyajima and Hiroshima. We said our goodbyes to Yasutoshi, Haruna's dad as he is working tomorrow, but we made him promise to come visit us in Canada next time. (we would see Haruna's mom again tomorrow morning before our departure.
We met everyone staying at the hotel for the "last supper". 9 of us ...
... land was making a huge updraft allowing the Honey Buzzards to float on these winds.
We drove down from the summit into the city, stopping at the Akama Shrine, where our fairly large group of 14, made our way through the grounds and buildings. Its interesting the subtle changes in architecture, from some of the other shrines we were in before. Here the roof tiles were a little different, and this shrine was very close to the roadway. Eve ...
... Shin- Yamaguchi Station across the street from the hotel. We checked out all the shops and restaurants there, and ended up having breakfast in a French Bakery/Cafe called "Vie de France". They offered a wide selection of baked goods - various buns with meat and vegetable selections baked in. Greg went for the chili/cheese dog baked bun for breakfast and Eve had a ham and cheese sandwich dipped, along with coffee and tea.
... some of the various props – some looks were just too funny and priceless, such as some of the ladies dressed in beautiful traditional kimonos wearing red sponge noses!
The reception was closed by speeches from Robert’s father, George and both of Haruna’s parents. At the conclusion, all the guests line the way for the bride and groom to pass through to exit the hall.
After the reception, some people ...
Today is mostly a travel day.
We are heading from Osaka to Yamaguchi for Haruna and Robert's wedding tomorrow.
We left our hotel in south Osaka on the subway, to Nishi-Umeda, station. We left one suitcase in a coin locker, as the contents are all coming back to Canada and we could lose one of our 4 pieces of checked luggage. Much easier to move with just one large suitcase plus a smaller one perched ...