|The main keep. It is surrounded by 7 metre high walls, and two moats.|
After the castle I look around for an all you can eat place. I consider my days off the chance to make up for all the calories I whilst camping out and so all you can eat spots are the obvious choice, with Japan having lots of them at a reasonable price. On the 13th floor above Nagoya station I managed to find a organic farm restaurant that had a buffet by the name of "Moku Moku," which interestingly if you say it out loud is meant to be the sound of farm animals eating in Japanese. Well at least I ate like a farm animal, for less than $20 Australian I stuffed my face. This is what I ate:
Lets just say I waddled out of there.
Today I left the Ichino's house, very much thankful for their kindness, and made my way to a hotel in the middle of Nagoya. The Eco Hotel Nagoya is the cheapest place I have stayed at; only 2500 yen a night for my own room. To give you an idea of how much a good deal that is, you pay the same price at the hostel down the road for a night in an eight bed dorm. Okay, so the room does resemble prison cell, it's tiny, bland, and frighteningly depressing, but for the price I'm getting it at I don't have a problem.
|Just enough room to swing my arms|
I'm just going to relax today, maybe head back to that restaurant, and catch up on the blog. I might even extend another night.