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... U.S. I've also noticed the number of people that ride bikes are way higher than in Korea. I am thankful that the weather has been nice, even though it has been a little on the warm side.
I've attached some pictures of my adventure. I hope that you enjoy my experience through the pictures. I hope everyone has a great weekend.
... Friday afternoon. This means that I will be able to head back to Korea Friday afternoon after picking up my passport.
For the rest of day and all day tomorrow I will take time to explore the area and I in. I will post pictures of my adventures.
... like I am in a little cove so to speak, I will take a picture later and post. At first they had me on the top bunk of one of the beds, and I quickly realized that was not going to work. I am so thankful that I went back downstairs and asked the gentleman at the front desk if he had a bed that was on the bottom, and he thankfully did. My bed more or less underneath the stairs that leads to the 3rd floor.
... to come. It takes ages ;) But anyway, we got on the train and 100 min later, we were in Fukuoka. This is our last Japanese city as we are flying back tomorrow to the Netherlands. Fukuoka is not really a touristic city so today we just decided on the spot what to do. We first went to a local market and bought some green tea. We then went for lunch: one last sushi restaurant that was really really good. It was delicious. After that we took ...
... this. It was cut paper thin
and melted in your mouth. The bones and head were taken back to the kitchen and
made into a yummy miso based soup – nothing is wasted. They just kept ordering
dish after dish for us to try new things, many creative meat and vegetable
dishes. We had great laughs and learned so much – including that Kyoko is
Back to Nobu and Taka’s apartment which is quite large by
Japanese standards (about 800 ...