Bikuni Kanko House
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... your desired train and it will come out and move onto the turn table. The turn table would rotate 360 degrees and the train would reverse back into its garage.
The real one was in the exterior section. This was one of three left in Japan. We had seen one in Taiwan last year. There were at least 6 train engines in the exterior park not counting those in the fan.
From the Museum, it was another lot of taxis to the cable car station to Mt Tengyu. ...
... the canal. As the ship prepares to leave some Japanese drummers are sending us off. They are a very friendly and courteous people. I decided to have a nice quick, quiet meal alone tonight after a busy day but Capucine and Nathalie soon invited me to join the captains table and some of the crew, I didn't want to intrude but I really didn't have any choice when she grabbed my wine glass and said follow me across the other side of the restaurant. The Captain announces ...
... were canneries and the warehouses were storage. The warehouses have been converted into retail spaces with restaurants, souvenir shops and there is a boutique brewery and beer hall. By now the canal area is very busy, there are many people sketching and painting and street vendors. Rickshaws are everywhere and the young men in their tiny shorts are trying their hardest to lure in the customers. Imagine a lean, no doubt very fit guy trying to run, hauling the two of ...
... was a bit hard to find, but the sign with the black ice cream was located quite central. You just had to pass a little passage to find it. I already wrote about all the weird ice cream flavours they have here in Japan. But this one has the most weirdest ones in my opinion. The most oddest one is probably the squid ink flavoured black ice cream. There are also flavours like: sake, red wine, black tea, seaweed, potato butter, sea urchin etc. To be honest I wasn't ...
Today we have not been lucky and all trains have been booked out - no reservations could be made
So we decided to take the local train to Otaru which was like a bus with trailer cart. Good contact to people, one young person who travels local trains (cheaper pass) used the opportunity to practise his English.
We passed through very small villages, the train stopps frequently and is for many people the ...
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