Arima Grand Hotel
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... and get into the safe harbor of Kobe before
the storm overtook us. We did, and were safely tied up a half day
earlier than planned. Then the storm shifted , and basically left
“Capt. Fred” with the choice of sailing into the Cat 3 or waiting
another day and then cruising down the Inside Sea of Japan. This Sea
is actually one very large National Park. The next two days were
absolutely beautiful. Somehow plan B has turned out to be a ...
... wanted. When she saw Rick in front of her she blinked and then gaped! I know how she felt, I did the same thing when I first laid eyes on him - he had that effect on me as well, even way back then !! When she had recovered herself we pointed to what we wanted, they boxed it up and helped us count out the Yen, all the while we were holding up the rest of the poor queue...... We were finally sorted, so with much waving and many smiles, off we went with our dumplings. Not ...
... for me getting lost for at least an hour each. That thing is huge including a food court, a shopping mall, several subway stations, another shopping mall (or maybe the same one from the other side) and a gazillion of other little businesses and food stalls. An amazing maze. The whole town is one in fact. So busy, confusing and messy, but so very well organized. There seem to be rules for everything and I don't know them I'm so in the wrong place ...
... eat, we first stopped for coffee, hot chocolates and people watching, before setting off again to look for an old favourite, Coco Curry restaurant, which we knew was around somewhere. Luckily we found it, and sadly, it was a restaurant inside a cupboard. It had no more than 6 seats at a single bench, all of which were taken. So we moved on.
We went back to Namba Parks, a giant ...
... we stopped by a beautiful and ancient Ikuta Shrine. Turns out, this weekend was right next to Shichi-Go-San festival, when children who turn 3, 5 and 7 are dressed in traditional clothes and taken to a Shinto shrine to celebrate. It was truly an amazing sight: a bright-coloured shrine, priests in fancy hats, red-and-white mikos running around and taking photos of ...