Kobe Portopia Hotel
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Made our way out to Kobe to meet Dennis, Yuriko, Shannon, and Selina. Saw them last four years ago when they visited Maui. Had great takoyaki for lunch, then wandered around and bought a small camera. Returned to their house, walked their dogs, and had a great sukiyaki dinner! Took awhile for the kids to interact, but a little Uno and Wii Dance Party did the trick. Got a chance to Skype with John Gibson in Tokyo, and Dennis pulled ...
... first stop is lunch and we were a little excited to see they were doing an English pub lunch. Just a shame they were not sure what that meant. Steve had curry and I had prawn cutlets and chips. Where was the shepherd’s pie or the Sunday roast I say??? Although Steve found some English beer that he liked so that was good.
So now we have some brain food time for the girls to have their buts whopped in battle of the sexes. Who ...
... the dish or the model? Are they custom made? I did read once that there is a restaurant supply street in Tokyo that sells them. Curious.
Anyhoo, enough of that. Next entry I’ll tell you about Kyoto, the slow paced former capital of Japan that boasts the most incredible cultural wonders hidden all around the city.
Only NZlanders will get the title. For those who want to know what it references, it's this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YaIZF8uU Ttk A very low point in NZ ...
... camera - i bought a japanese charger.
i thing oren will do the seder. although i am out of space and time, no israelis here, also not many foreigners, i will thing of you
the y.his almost empty - only an australiian girl in my room. i am lucky there is a japanese woman- about 40 years old- staying here who knows much english and tells me about life here
i am fine - my leg are well, and i got used to japan
have a nice seder and hag
... I managed to get there in time to see the tuna auction. Its a working market and they allow tourists in to see whats going on. I've no idea what the auctioneer was saying bt he seemed to do it all in one breath and was incredibly animated. Made for some good viewing. The purchasers on the other hand much more subdued just using hand gestures to make their bid. It was all over pretty quickly and then we were in search of somewhere to eat a fresh sushi breakfast. I'd met a group ...