After 25 years of working, I decided to retire from all the busy and hectic environment in January 2005. This blog describes what I do after my retirement.
Saturday, March 01, 2008
At the Abashiri Koso Hotel, we were treated to the Kaiseki, a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner cuisine, usually provided to VIP guests. Everybody had to wear Yukata, a Japanese traditional garment, and sit eating on the floor.
Sitting on the floor was very difficult for us, as we were not young any more, but we tried our best.
The hot sake was the compliment from World Surpirise Travel Agency. Thanks!
After the food and the sake, Dear was so sleepy (or drunk) that he fell asleep in his yukata.