Hotel Sunroute Sopra Kobe
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As much as we'd enjoyed Nara, it was time to move on.
The hotel staff were lovely, and as we'd been environmentally friendly and not used the disposable toothbrushes they provided us with each day, we were rewarded with sweets! I think there's a message there somewhere...
Our next accommodation was not quite as cosy – a third-floor room with thin mattresses, single glazed windows next to a busy road ...
... just a magical toilet seat, she learned to love it.
The separate wall mounted toilet controls come with all kinds of undercarriage spritzing, massaging, oscillating and drying options. It is pretty much like you're sitting on top of a carwash, and you get full control of what, where and how hard to wash, all at your fingertips.
Despite my best efforts to stay conscious, I was exhausted in the afternoon, so when I fell ...
... were listed on the ships points of interest.
Tom would wait outside while I made a quick spin through a store,
when I came out, he was talking with two men, one about our age and
one younger, they were local Baptist Pastors. The older man had
worked at Anderson AFB as a comptroller and had retires a few years
ago. They offered to take us to see the Naval communications
station, and several other places Tom remembered. With no further
... nice view over the city. Surrounding the castle was a park and several gift shops, a typical tourist attraction.
From the castle we went to a shopping district. We looked at some kimonos and stumbled upon a small little restaurant in the market where we escaped the heat and got some delicious curry udon and pork cutlet. Udon is the term for thick noodles usually in a soup. They are popular in Korea as well. After filling our bellies we walked to the Dotombori ...
... as being the phonetic spelling of the Japanese word for 'good'. Well it might be but he did not understand it and thought I was correcting him and that my name was really Jose ...which he insisted on calling me all the way to the subway ... so Sayonara Jose.
I have come unstuck a little with this politeness and obedience thing. I have already, on face book, referenced the bowing ... apparently there is no need for me to bow back thus starting off the infinite bowing ...