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... for buffet lunch and after lunch we have about one hour free to walk around the forested area and to visit the wind garden and some of the terrace famous in the Japanese soap opera and movies. I was quite confused at first after lunch I thought I have to walk all the way miles to Farm Tomita however after watching everybody just wondering back-and-forth in the forest and coming back to the hotel I realize I do know how to walk all ...
... br> The next stop was to the Photographic Gallery of a famous Japanese photographer, Shinzo Maeda and his son. The gallery was set in rolling hills with a small wooded area of black and white trees. Joseph ended up their whole collection of postcards, costing him more than $120.00. I think I would have preferred to buy their books as it would have been larger photos, lighter to carry back home and far cheaper.
The driver stopped at Panorama Street. ...
... my future house.
We dropped of Hiroto back at the hostel and we headed back to Obihiro again. The weather looks threatening and Momo's mum called to warn us for the hurricane coming over Hokkaido. The wind was getting stronger and the fog was heavy but it wasn't to bad as we thought it would be. I was so tired after this lovely but intensive weekend that I slept almost right away. I slept like a log that night.
... who stay in the hostel. They are all Japanese except me. Most of them can speak a little English. I talked a bit with Takao a Japanese maths teacher. Japanese people are kind of preserved. They try to keep their life secret for you. So they will do if they didn't hear your question or they try to be very secret about it and talk around it.
And after a nice skype session with my parents it is already bed time. The beds are so soft!
... decks and windows to be able to see the animals very close or almost being in the middle of them. Unfortunately the animals were held alone, without pairs or groups, most of them mentally switched off, doing there endless rounds to have at least some escape from theri boredome.
Sad to see that this type of zoos still exist, we have zoos as well but very modern with motivated animals