Fukuoka, Aso, and Sea Hell in Beppu

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It’s been a couple years since I went to Fukuoka, Aso and Beppu.  We joined one of those tour groups so I didn’t prepare any itinerary.  As with most tour groups, there were a lot of bus riding, a lot of mediocre restaurants, and some OK hotels that we stayed in (so clearly this wasn’t my decision).

This will be purely a photo blog.

 

FukuokaDome shaped hotels in Aso Farm Village.  They also have Dom shaped onsen

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FukuokaOn the way to Onsen.  I think we went during November, but they had these “Christmasy” decorations

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FukuokaSee if you can spot the sea turtle

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FukuokaSea Hell in Beppu

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FukuokaAs you can see, this hot spring is naturally red

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FukuokaThese are alive and real by the way, and you can touch them

FukuokaAnd they love eating candy, just like us humans ^__^

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FukuokaFor one lunch, we ate at Ichiran.  I really didn’t want to go here, since we already have Ichiran in Hong Kong.  The noodles tasted exactly the same

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FukuokaWe definitely got ripped off eating this dish!  The tour guide kept saying how rare and good this fish was, and it was 10,000 yen.  One of the worst dishes!  I forgot the name of this fish

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FukuokaThis was one of those random street food “stalls” that was lying around in the middle of the pedestrian walkway

FukuokaFukuoka City; and we did some shopping

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