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We left from Kyoto around 1pm, it should take us one hour by the train to Kobe (via Osaka) but since the train was quite comfy so we fell asleep. One hour later we woke up at the last station ...no it was not Kobe, it was the opposite direction! So we took another hour traveled to Kobe. Firstly we wanted to visit a farm, Kobe beef or something like that but seems like we couldnt find the information about where to go or which farm opens for visitor. The lonely planet ...
The day has finally arrived to pack up and head home.
Had breakfast in the hotel so that we could get back upstairs and finish packing.
As the direct result of our total disinterest in shopping, when we'd finishing packing the bags weigh only two kg more than when we got here. Very ironic waste of the 30kg each we get with our StarClass seats.
Checked out and stored the bags so we could get in one last morning of site ...
... picture, need I say more.
Memorial Park: Kobe was the site of a major earth quake, which wrecked large parts of the city. The top picture shows a part rebuild in its honor along with preserved damage. The damage showed the power of earth quakes as it literally spilt concrete feet thick, but also that rebuilding is possible. It will serve as a role model for the long task left before Tohoku. The city has a very new feel with few ...
... Kobe beef is on par with Alberta. not better mind you, on par.
having finished my meal, i declined the offer of coffee and dessert (much to the chagrin of coffee waiter) and stood to pay. i gave my credit card (pc points!) to pay waiter and motioned the english waitress over so that i could ask her to relay my gratitude to the chef for cooking my steak to perfection.
feeling that warm glow you get after a great piece of animal flesh ...
... to our host families and friends, we hope we will see them again.
We traveled by train back to the city and had a little bit of shopping time before we headed back to the airport. We spent quite a bit of time repacking ALL our things, somehow we managed to squash everything into our luggage.
We had a long trip home, stopping at Hongkong and then Adelaide before we finally arrived in Melbourne, tired but happy!