Kobe at Night

After coming back from Arima, we walked around, had dinner, and went to the Port.

We decided to try an Indian place near our hostel called Rara Asian Dining because they had a vegetarian set. It was SO MUCH FOOD.

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First, we were given some kind of curry paste pickles with a papadum.

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Next, we got a green salad.

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After that came the samosas. I was SO thankful that they gave us a real, respectable sauce. They literally give you ketchup and mayonnaise in Nagoya, and I’m all like “WTF is this????”

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We then were given a HUGE platter of chow mein. We only ate like a third of this. They gave us an American amount.

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We got raita next. It was delicious.

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Next, we got vegetable curry, dal, and naan.

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Then, we got vanilla ice cream with mango sauce for dessert. It was delicious. All that food was only 2500 yen per person.

We had been thinking about whether we should walk or take the subway to the port, but all that food made us decide that it was best for our health to walk. So we did.

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First, we went to Umie, the mall near the port. We saw cute Christmas decorations there.

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This is Kobe Tower, the Boat Museum, and a cruise ship.

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Kobe Tower in front of the museum.

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The city of Kobe from the Tower.

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The museum.

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The ferris wheel outside of the Mosaic Mall made many different designs, including this Christmas Tree one.

Well, that is all for today! I hope that you enjoyed our weekend in Kobe as much as we did!!!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marie Elder
    Dec 08, 2013 @ 02:18:45

    I sure would like that dessert…..you know me and ice cream!

    Reply

  2. Barbara Lange
    Dec 08, 2013 @ 12:19:02

    What a beautiful place. What is raita? It looks delicious, like rice pudding.

    Reply

  3. Jen
    Dec 08, 2013 @ 14:25:30

    Raita is a thin yogurt with diced vegetables in it. This one had cucumbers, red peppers, and onions with a sprinkling of paprika on top.

    Reply

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