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We were to meet at the train station at 9.15am. Joseph had already left after breakfast to take more photos there. I left the room just before 9am but it took the lift over 7 minutes to come. This is the downside of this hotel. Christoph and Assumpta were in the lift and we walked to the station together. We were the last to arrive even though it was spot on 9.15am.
We caught the train to Iseshi and transferred to another train to Toba ...
We arrived in Toba following a short ride on the train from Ise. It was
pretty much deserted at that time and very dark, so much so that we didn’t know
if we were going in the right direction to find our hotel, but fortunately we
The next day (15 November), we had initially intended a boat trip in
the bay but as it was raining a lot we changed our plans a bit. First we headed
to the almost empty town ...
The weekend after my first week of school in Nagoya happened to be the same weekend that the Ise Ebi Matsuri (Spiny Lobster Festival) is held in Shima City. And because my host father, Taisuke-san, works in Shima City for a research institute that works primarily with Ise Ebi, the entire family was going to go down to see the festival.
On the way to Shima City is the most famous jinja (shrine) in Japan, Ise Jingu. Every 20 years Ise Jingu is renovated, and during/after ...
We travelled with Sam and Shoma to Shinojima and Himakajima. These are both Islands off the Chita Peninsula south of Nagoya. The islands are apparently famous for their fugu (the famous puffer fish which could kill you if it's not prepared the correct ...
Karen came to the hotel and brought us breakfast. We, then headed back to her apartment to collect her Koto and go to her last Koto lesson. Talk about dedication. We traveled quite a way by train (past Fushimi) and then walked a good distance with this 6 foot long tree trunk. We got to met her Koto sensei and her sensei's husband (who Karen said she'd never seen before!). They treated us ...