- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
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Our time in Kinosaki, fittingly, finished with a meal in the Ryokan followed by what would be our last bath of the trip (just for clarity, we will still wash!). Breakfast consisted of a fish, two types of tofu (one served cold in jelly, the other hot in soup), an omelette, a salad of beans and deeply savoury pickles, as well as the holy trinity of a japanese meal - rice, pickles and miso. On the way to the train station, we picked up some of the ...
... another two hours!
Oh well, time to just sit around and do a whole lot of nothing, woo! I'll be arriving back in Melbourne in the afternoon at 2pm, so that'll stuff around with my body clock a fair bit haha yay.
Man I am so disappointed to be leaving *sigh* Guess it gives me the excuse to save up and come here again!
Until next time, toodles (:
... learn Japanese while we chat about various things cooking.
Everyday in October I was busy with something. It was my school, Ryukoku High School, 50th anniversary so we had some festivities, though they were not as up beat and celebratory as I would have thought they'd be. Interesting piece of culture I guess. Not only was school busy with that bit, but also the "shugakkoryoko", class trip.
In Japan, all second years, about equivalent to a junior in the ...
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... restaurants have the kitchen area in front of the people dining in them. The cooks 'perform' in front of the diners and for the diners, it's a visual treat apart from being a
gastronomical treat.I grab a quick bite and then head to tennoji park for a wander which has a zoo and a flower garden and a little pond in it. It's then kiyobashi to see what it's all about. It
basically has more restaurants, a shoppig mall, more streets with shopping and a red light district. ...