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... out to be to complicated, as the continuation to cross to other islands by bridges, seemed only possible for cars.
So I decided to go back by the same ferry as I arrived. I then decided to ride to Aso to the Kuju National park, were one of the largest volcanos of this world stands, Mount Aso.
This was a very enjoyable ride, nice natural scenery towards the mountain, with no real big city's to cross, I arrived in the ...
... time with Peaches & Herb. (There is bus service in Hasami, but I didn't explore whether any of the buses go to a Japan Rail station. The answer is probably yes.) I got on a local train, which took forever, but I was just glad to be sitting down. These local trains are slow, but they provide basic transportation (about once an hour) for school kids and the elderly, a godsend if you happen to live in a small village like Nabeshima and don't drive.
... else but he's made of tougher stuff and it's a no. The show is booked out for weeks. I leave them hopefully wondering if they've stopped a really important cat person getting in but I doubt it. The mall is great, it even has a Laura Ashley. Which makes me laugh, you expect the usual, Zara, top shop or whatever but not Laura Ashley! No Nivea yet rhi. Disigual have an Amazing sale and I nearly get a top but they only have the grey and grey makes me look old. ...
... bunk beds) was a bit gender heavy with snorers but everyone gathered in the living room to watch tv in the evenings regardless of language or nationality. Right now I'm somewhere, I'm losing track but I have my own room, witha sliding door. There's a kitchen and a vending machine with everything in it. Wifi and you can even have a go at dyeing clothes if you want. Staff are Amazing, nothing is too much trouble and there's actual air conditioning, So hostels or hotels? I'll let you ...
Gee I'm bored! There's all this talk of a typhoo but no evidence of one. It's a bit windy and a load of stuff I wanted to do has been cancelled. The steam train and a trip to the top of a volcano which has actual lave in it. I wanted to go to a nearby town but thought the better of it, what news I have seen seems to show mass destruction and evacuation! I might be watching a film not news but the taxi driver yesterday seemed concerned enough. Kumoto is ...
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