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... more pleasant. It only worked for a brief amount of time. Ha ha. Now for the fun part, riding the famous Shinkansen. We know these trains better as the Bullet train. It was smooth fast and quiet. Took in a lot of the countryside from Tokyo to countryside. Upon arriving at my destination, it was time to find a place to stay. Now with heavy eyelids I ...
... to really pick up, and so we took shelter in a large wooden open sided stilted structure. We took the opportunity to start planning out some of Korea, and as we planned the rain turned extremely heavy until we were right in the middle of a full thunder and lightening storm! There was a hugh crack of lightning right above us with simultaneous thunder shaking the wooden floor we were on and rumbling around the valley - quite disconcerting! We sat it out and after around two ...
... and people that were making rice cakes using hammers to pound sticky rice into a paste which is then rolled into balls. We bought some at the store and I quite liked it! We had time afterward to play in the arcade a bit. We had pictures taken in special photo booths where it softens everyones skin and you decorate the pictures before printing them. The young girls here can also dress up in different costumes and have little ...
Stuart and I caught the number 5 bus which took about 45min to get to Kyoto station. In comparison the Shinkansen to Okayama took 90mins to travel 200km. Most of the way was through built up areas. Most land that if flat enough for building or farms if used. The rest is steep mountains.By lunch time it had been retrieved and we eating in a place with a French name. I am having Italian chicken.Australians in Japan eating French bread with Italian flavoured ...
... with an inviting-looking menu. This turned out to be the
best decision of the day – we had an outstanding dinner (+ dessert)
for $25 per person! The highlights were the Kobe beef (I'm assuming
it was Kobe beef – we were in Kobe!) and Steph's ice
cream/wafer/chocolate desert. Well-fed and buoyed by our success, we
left Kobe in high spirits, back for one last night in Kyoto. ...
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