Minami Awaji Royal Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we were bathing. We were only allowed 45 minutes use which went pretty quickly, especially as I kept hopping in and out as I got too hot. It was nice though and our bones ached a little less and our skin felt a little softer afterwards.Wed used the complimentary products (Mike was especially keen on the hair stimulating lotion) we went downstairs for lunch a little red faced.
The restaurant was quite classy, with a fish pond and tank. The meal was ...
... to get off the train, and there was a band playing along the riverside.
When we tried to ask what was happening, no one spoke enough English to say anything other than 'ebento-desu' – 'it's an event.'
After a Google search last night we realised that there just so happened to be an anime festival in Tokushima for the next couple of days – Machi Asobi – what are the odds?!
With the change of plans, we ...
... part of the afternoon to walk the route. The weather held off for little old me, until the end. At temple 5 I bought what seemed like cheap oranges. Great I said to myself. At least until I tried one. They were very bitter, and it was a pain to eat them. (The locals like them though as I managed to give the bag to the owners of my hostel.). So with a bag of bitter oranges I made it to the bus stop for a short 10minute ride, which would not come for the next 1.5 hours. With this ...
... of random Japanese deep fried items mmm I will have to eat salad for a month when I get back to detox!!!
For now, goodnight. Japan has been wonderful. I will have 4 hours hanging out in Tokyo waiting for the next flight to write a reflective piece tomorrow with our likes, dislikes and weird things.
See you soon Melbourne
Love Whitney and Stephen
... Turned out he was 63years old and hiked 10km up the mountain every day to a 1000m height, with 10kg weights in his bag. It kept him healthy (and crazy young looking as my guess was 40yrs or so). He practised this way every day as he loved to make frequent mountain climbing holidays to France or Austria. What a man!! What an inspiration! And he reminded me so much of a Korean man I met in 2007 on a train who read my future in my palms but who also climbed a mountain each day. He was ...