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... kept talking to is with blank looks on our faces. Except for John, who said he could understand her a bit but she was heavily accented. Thursday we woke up early for our "continental" breakfast - couldn't handle another fish in the morning! We cooked our own bacon and eggs in an individual little plate with a fire grill, and we were served four different kinds of bread with no butter or jam. It wasn't exactly right but it was just what we needed. Then ...
... people are lovely and can speak a little bit of English so we have hit it off quite well. That's just a small portion of the last few days, but I am really enjoying myself, even though I'm a little bit tired now. Fun Fact: you have to eat all of the rice in your bowl. Rice takes 7 months to grow so each piece of rice has 7 souls. So you cannot leave the 7 souls in your bowl. Peace out! ...
... so invitingly close and the free time to explore our surroundings, we were never farm from a refreshing dip.
Our week was filled with chickens, as our hosts own over 40 of the fluffy creatures and we soon mastered the art of egg snatching and chicken catching (I think Ken only got bitten once or twice). Other farm activities included planting carrots, watering parched plants, mulching in
soybeans and eggplant, picking a ...
... on nature) have all walked these pathways as part of their journey of faith. More on this later....
Yumi, a friend of Mayumi's, had agreed to open her home to us for as long as we wanted before she had even met us. Did she know what she was in for? What about her husband and three kids??
It didn't take long to feel that this unique Japanese house was a welcome place to call home. I was immediately taken by the design and the very ...
... cherry trees. After enjoying the view, we drove along the river to the beginning of the trail up to the Daimonzaka, the forested trail up to Japan’s tallest waterfall, at just over 400 feet high. It is an amazing trail, which starts between two 800 year old “husband and wife” cedar trees and there are over 370 stone steps that ascend through the ancient forest up to the Nachi-no-Otaki waterfall and the Kumano Nachi Taisha Grand Shrine. The shrine ...
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