After we woke up, I headed for a hot spa, and Katya prepared for herself.
We met in front of the buffet restaurant at 8:30 AM. We had to wait for several minutes.
Breakfast was OK, but coffee was not very good. So we went to the hotel lounge.
Katya had an espresso, and I, a cafe au lait.
We checked out and went to Shimosuwa to say hello to my parents. We gave them an Apple Baumkuchen bought in the hotel. We said good-by to them and went back to Kofu.
We headed for Noah Vet Clinic to pick up Maya-san. In the clinic, they have a pet hotel. We had asked them to treat Maya-san’s back with a laser irradiation and to carry out her monthly examination, this time, her blood exams.
We met Maya-san in the clinic. She was furiously happy to see us. Her blood was that of a healthy dog.
We went back home and had lunch with the anniversary cake.
In the evening, all of us went out for a walk. Umes were in bloom.
Maya-san dug holes.
She must have needed some exercise after a hotel stay.
Loved the video of Maya-san… looking very genki.
Also, if you remember, i mentioned that I couldn’t recall any Russian restaurants here in Adelide – well, we just saw on Sunday that Adelaide had a “Taste of Russia” festival … but found out too late to go. That’s a shame.
It is a pleasure to watch Maya-san digging. The problem is when we leave; that’s only when she would bark at us!
“Taste of Russia” festival sounds fun. Please visit once and let us know about it, if it continues.
Yesterday, Katya visited a Russian friend living in Minami Alps city. I wish there were some more Russians around.