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... this is where the castle was"
Ohori Park is quite big and has a nice lake to walk around, but is really just a park with trees (nice in the autumn). It was pretty deserted although it was Thursday and some people have to work.
Because I was so close to Nishijin Shotengai when I went to Ohori Park, and my map guide said "a lively market street filled with vendors selling fresh fish, vegetables and fruits from carts", ...
I woke up early this morning to get out the door early and exploring before catching my train to Fukuoka at 2pm.
This morning breakfast was graciously supplied by the hostel: a piece of thick toast, jam, and a "hard" boiled egg. This was the worst egg I've ever had to peel in my life. It took me about 5 minutes to peel it. Think about that, it may not sound horrible at first blush, but FIVE freakin' minutes, bit by bit, peeling off little specks at a time. Then I ...
Softly lit river tour boats glide across the placid canals passing banks lined with tiny bamboo food stalls each releasing a cloud of steam carrying the aroma of freshly cooked seafood. Young musicians line the canal banks next to a few costumed mime actors.
This is a lay-over stop at this lovely seaside resort city and I was not disappointed when I was forced ...
... I wanted to treat him for looking after me so well over the past few days. As I said before, Andy is a very trusting soul and he didn't argue, being ready at the appointed time and following me, as I led him to his mystery treat.
As we neared the venue, I eventually had to ask directions of a young lady, who went out of her way and took us to the Symphony Hall. When we arrived and entered the foyer, Andy saw the poster advertising the Kodo performance; the look ...
Struggled to get to sleep last night and didn't wake until just before nine. Roused Andy, who'd also not had a good night, washed and shaved and, as the foot didn't feel too bad, decided to go in search of a pharmacy to get some ibuprofen. Well, the foot didn't feel too bad - until I tried to put my shoe on, when it changed to pure agony.
The reception staff don't speak much English but I've brought my 'Japanese for Busy People', courtesy of my ...
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