Back from Okayama and a couple of sakes at Kokoromi I was looking for a good final meal in Himeji before heading off to Kobe in the morning.
As I was walking to Public House Hosanna the previous evening I noticed a good number of restaurants to the south of the station area.
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I decided to make a quick day trip to Okayama around 88 kms away from Himeji by the shinkansen – a trip of 25 minutes.
I jumped on a tram towards Okayama Castle and made the short walk in the rain for a quick explore around the area.
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Another hidden gem! A 10 minute walk south of Himeji Station is a small pub that has a great food and drink menu. It’s on the corner down the stairs.
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My how 2018 has flown by.
I was lucky enough to start 2018 with a short break in Singapore before returning home in the new year.
Drinking in Singapore can be a very expensive pastime if you don’t know the rules:
- Go to restaurants that aren’t targeted at tourists or expats – you can still get a long neck of Tiger for around SG$7
- Drink during happy hour(s) – or more precisely, don’t drink during the couple of hours after the business day finishes when it’s not happy hour. Happy hours are predominantly 2-for-1, so beer is essentially half price
- Steer clear of hotel bars
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After visiting Himeji Castle and walking back down the main street towards the station I was looking for somewhere for a snack when I saw Nagomi Cafe.
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