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... 12417;ます。楽 ;しみましӖ 3;よ！ Smushed in between mountains and sea, Kobe is often forgotten when people visit Japan. I would have missed it too had one of my hosts not suggested that I check it out, but I'm glad I stopped by. For me, Kobe is essentially a mini Tokyo, it offers all the benefits of a big city, but on a smaller scale. So you can visit that historical landmark without ...
... two Austrian couples arrived at the bar. Our friend Ichi had told them to keep an eye out for 3 crazy Aussie blokes so it was quite funny. They were really nice people so we are going to try and hook up with them again.
A late night ramen fix was on the agenda so we cruised into Ippudo and had our usual meal. Too cold to walk home so we caught our first cab in Japan ever. $10 a small price to pay to make it back to the hotel nice and ...
... wooden boxed tables. The old styled building with black framed windows is dressed in Japanese curtains. Some of the cream coloured curtains are drawn aside to let the sunlight through but most of them are closed and the light fabric just naturally lets the beautiful light in. Behind our table, a glass door is open leading out to a boxed balcony and the curtain is drawn slightly creating the warm inviting light. I know this sounds a little too descriptive and maybe ...
... a little unsure of
eating so much white bread and white rice but I have yet to find anything in
China that is whole grain so I have given in a little to the processed
stuff. My favorite variety is stuffed
with cabbage and carrot and is usually a little spicy.
Not much else to report on but I will update probably after
my Japan segment as I know I will be taking a lot of pictures and I can’t wait
to tell about the ...
This morning we took yet another of Japan's greatest gift to public transport to Kobe. A lovely port-city which was unfortunately, almost entirely flattened during the Second World War. Upon arrival we were greeted by the nicest and most helpful tourist information centre employee so far this trip who gave us such detailed instructions of the three minute walk to the cable car, I think that it may have actually ...