Umikaoru Yado Hotel New Matsumi
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Big japanese room, stunning view, great outdoor onsen and fantastic food ;)
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After a "tofu, fish, rice, pickles, miso soup, more fish, even more tofu" breakfast, we left the hotel and headed for a sand bath on the beach, including onsen. Kyushu is, as the rest of japan, a volcanic island and in Beppu, there is black sand. This black sand is warmed up by the steam coming form the volcano and people can be burried alive. We …
This morning, we left Dogo Onsen early to catch a tram, a train and a ferry to Beppu, located on the Kyushu island. This is the last island we will be visiting. The boat trip to Beppu is quite long (almost 3 hours) and there are few places to sit. So we are adopting the local approach: take off your shoes and lie down / sit on the tatamis. Once …
... we would be served an egg and toast but no – we had soup & salad and egg & ham, fruit & yogurt as well as toast, oh and coffee too. Most lunches we would eat at a restaurant at an average price of about $8 each. For dinners we would ride our bikes to a grocery store where they would have a large selection of tasty meals made up in the deli. That usually only cost about $5 each. We took these back to our large deck and enjoyed dinners there. ...
... Hiroshima is now a thriving city. Our hotel was in a central location and we were able to find good food. Check Linus out cooking us some Japanese BBQ! Awesome! Oh and the shopping, well, I'm just trying to keep it under control! The next day we went to Miyajima. Miyajima is an island near Hiroshima, a 10 min. ferry ride. This place is best known for a Torii shrine in the water. Maybe you've seen this before. We arrived in the morning and were able to walk and see ...
... suit. Yes folks, that means NAKED! (To my mensita friends- remember San Francisco). Lucky for Linus and I there was no one at the onsen!!!!!!! Now there was a bath for men and one for women. Double lucky because not only were we the only ones there, but we each had our own bath to ourselves!!!! Now, we also had a sand bath, but we got to wear a robe for this one. We laid on black sand, then the ladies there covered us up to our necks ...