Kobe Portopia Hotel
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... Whilst mostly aimed at high-school children (though it only had adult visitors today), it was informative, interesting and humbling, if a bit cheesy with its presentation at points.
We were allocated an English-speaking volunteer guide to talk us through some of the exhibits who was absolutely lovely, but almost a bit too helpful – after explaining something he'd whisk us quickly on to the next ...
... female clone of himself, who begrudgingly asked us whether we wanted smoking or non smoking. We said non smoking, so she led us to a table, right next to a table full of people smoking. All that separates the smokers and the non smokers is a handrail. She looked quite surprised when we asked to be moved. She seemed to be under the impression that the smoke knew which side of the handrail to stay on.
So, annoyed at having to ...
October 10 to October 17, 2013
Nagasaki: All is well
segment can also be known as: Touring Guam with the Baptist Pastors,
out-running a Typhoon on the way to Kobe, waiting out a Typhoon in
Kobe, Sailing the Inside Sea of Japan, and a peaceful day in
Nagasaki. Note: Japan does not allow satellite internet transmission
within 12 miles of its shore, there have been some free connections
but we ...
... my first trip to the loo in the airport revealed a kind of space-age flushing and bum squirting system, complete with a modesty button to release crashing wave SFX to cover up any unpleasant noises.
Our hostel was in the traditional ryoken style, which means a small, square room with matting on the floor and futons to sleep. It wasn't a particularly nice one, and extremely expensive after the rest of Asia, but it was in a ...
... Not sure if it was because I flew 'Peach' the Ryanair of Japan, or because this is the most used airport, that I landed here. I suspect it is the main airport as it is built on an island, or some reclaimed land, in the sea of Japan, a bit of a prototype for the Thames Estuary airport.
The journey was relatively uneventful. I got a Japan Rail line to Namba station - which is pretty central Kyoto. There are many private rail companies operating so it can be confusing. At Namba ...