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Happy National Coffee Day!

Posted by alainaflute on September 29, 2012

What’s better than a good cup of coffee? A good cup of coffee on the beach, of course!

Tully’s Coffee on the Beach in Kamakura

Several years ago, Elisa and I enjoyed a cup of Joe on the beach in Kamakura-shi, Japan. Although Kamakura is best known as being the home of the famous Daibutsu (“Great Buddha”) at the Kōtoku-in Temple, there is plenty to love about this beautiful city. Although I’ve already told you about our Kamakura beach adventures, here is a part of the story I had yet to mention: the plums we bought and brought down to the beach were stolen by some very scary, large black birds. Their beaks were big enough to grab a whole plum and fly away with it. Since that was the case, we decided it would be safest not to argue and let them have our plums.

View of the Beach in Kamakura-shi from the Coffee Shop

So, word to the wise, giant black beach birds don’t try to steal coffee. Stick with coffee!

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6 Responses to “Happy National Coffee Day!”

  1. Did you find out what the birds were?

  2. There’s a coffee shop on/near the beach near my parents’ house. It’s also a beautiful spot for a coffee. We try to get there at least once each time we visit Mum and Dad. 🙂

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