Unoshima Onsen Ryokan
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So I woke up still incredibly inebriated and feeling very unwell. I ended up spending the day in bed whilst the others headed out to hit some baseballs. I got to cuddle their gorgeous pooch Ikyuu and we relaxed on the couch. Sayo made a quick grocery run and then taught Tam and I how to make gyoza! We got on a roll and made 80 of them!! Learnt some new cooking techniques and also how ...
... can drink and you ordered snacks from the menu. The poor drinks lady was constantly coming in and refilling ours. The karaoke was hilarious. Nori sang amazingly and we were all put to shame. Then he put the scoring on and Sayo whipped our backsides. We had such a great time and laughed until late. We had a quick stop at Lawson's on the way home to stock up on drinks and Nori patiently explained everything to me. We got a wide ...
... I wanted to get too. I didn't even get to explore the rack track at all. I did see a presentation of Asimo the robot though. The front desk had called a taxi for me for 3:00 pm. I had to catch a 3:46 pm or 3:50 pm train at Utsunomiya Station. I didn't make either. The taxi driver was the same one who dropped me off. The front desk had told him what trains I was trying to catch. The Twin Ring Motegi is so damn far out from everything. The taxi meter showed a whopping 11260 ...
... been to Odaiba twice before with Shigeki. On our previous visit, Norzin and Shigeki had taken us to one of the restaurants there overlooking the water. There was a fake Statue of Liberty there. We could now tell people that we had diverted the course and went to New York as well.
From Odaiba, we took a long monorail ride back to Shinagawa. All in all, it had been a pretty long day. We didn't return to the hotel till 5.30pm.
... food goes around and around, and you just grab what you want. The sushi is usually served two pieces per plate, and the plates are colour coded to signify price. We later stopped at the local tea merchants house, and he attempted to get us all drunk on cherry whiskey made in the Fukushima region of Japan, and sake made by the local high school kids. It was a very fun night.
We have a couple days in Tokyo to recuperate, next stop, South Korea!
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