Rembrandt Hotel Kagoshima
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... landmark on the map that's near the waterfront. He walks me to the entrance and wwe say goodbye. Lots of bobbing up and down and instructions to be careful because the wind is high. We take a selfie. The aquarium had dolphins which are cute and a whale shark. There's other stuff but my legs are like jelly looking into the tanks. I don't know why I do this to myself. I hate fish. It takes about 10 mins I'm sure you're meant to stay longer but I'm good. There is a ferry going ...
... even in American standard. Got my cap @ Sports Authority, and goggles @ another department store. Supermarket was our favorite! Very entertaining just browsing the variety of sashimi, sushi, bentos, let alone all various cooked food. Not expensive at all, especially with the quality of food.
Alex and I shared a sashimi box, and he had 2 skewers of chicken and 1 skewer of pork all by himself. I believe he’s going to pass the cruise ...
... that died ( of course a kamikaze pilot dies) about 12 were of Korean origin.
I guess therefore that Japan achieved its aim. No country in SE Asia is a colony of those countries anymore. Would this have been the situation if there had been no WWII?
And then it was time for my last rail pass ride - to Nagasaki.
I spoke to the weather god and he stopped the rain. Its back to 30+ and high humidity but sunshine. ( I'm keeping my distance from the rice farmers ...
... at the volcano in the bay. The evening was nice. I tried out a Sushi restaurant and spent the meal talking to a friendly old Japanese gentleman in his broken English - far better than my non existent Japanese - while his wife looked on as we drank more beer than was probably good for him. And now I'm back at the hostel about to call it a night but first trying Mitake, which is a brand of Sweet Potato ...
... Houses and Peace Museum” @$109.95. We passed through tea farms on the curvy mountainous road. Many of the cars on the road were very small. The biggest I saw was the size of a Toyota Camry. Most were much smaller and had yellow license plates which are cheaper than those for medium-sized and up.
The Peace Museum is dedicated to the WW II Japanese Kamikaze (Divine Wind) pilots who were sacrificed in a hopeless effort to slow down the American ...
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