Why of course. It’s my favourite time of the day and I can bathe in peace and quiet and without the need to chat. Of course I had forgotten that not only a whole bunch of the usual notecards had arrived in my inbox but some well-meant xmas cards as well … and of course the almost daily vehicle by Foneco Zuzu (ZZ Bottom).
Today it was a super nifty mountain bike that went faster than some of my motorcycles. 😮
Apart from that I received seasonal greeting cards from Auntie Gemma Vukovich (of NYC fame), Jacqueline Trudeau (of Trudeau Classic Yachts) and the girls of Tyral Threndor with my new friend, the shamelessly bust heavy Rose Brightflame.
Thx all for thinking about this almost forgotten avatar. xxoxoox
But now off to the onsen of the day:
Yeah, they are promising a lot, and they’ve got a full sim to deliver a lot. Buuut, why did they name it Kumamoto Japan Mainland if it’s indeed an island, a single sim, not connected to any mainland continent? Anyhoo, the sim was more or less empty, except that weird German girl with her bathhouse fetish was running around there, looking for something. Huge parcels, almost a quarter sim, were empty and the handful shops didn’t seem to do too well.
Not our problem, isn’t it?
Also this “towel” looks more like a white mini dress, doesn’t it. That’s exactly the pretty un-Japanese lack of attention to detail which makes Kumamoto such a bad onsen. It is very lazy and lackluster.
As already mentioned the list of available onsens is spreading thin now. Tomorrow I’ll browse thru it again and see if I forgot the one or other onsen or if any new entries arrived on the grid. As for Kumamoto … no, I can’t recommend it.