travel photo, 10

Last one! Took a while to get here, but here is the final Travel Photo for this challenge.

Thank you, Su at zimmerbitch for inviting me to join you and other bloggers to post one favourite travel picture a day for ten days without explanation, then to nominate someone else to participate. That’s 10 days, 10 travel pictures, 10 nominations.

Particularly in this season, I enjoy vicariously travelling through your travel posts. If you would like to join in, please just hop on and take part – ping back to me so I know to pop by.

Oct 2019

Note: As there is much curiosity over this delicacy, I wanted to explain that this appeared on the revolving sushi line while we were lunching at Sushiro in Chiba City. It was Gastronomic Father’s choice – some variety of deep fried fish bones which apparently is popular bar food. I don’t voluntarily eat fish on most occasions so I’m afraid I can’t tell you how it tasted. He seemed to enjoy it tremendously (read: he finished the lot by himself).

20 Replies to “travel photo, 10”

  1. Those bones are certainly picked clean! At first I thought they were pieces of wheat — I never would have imagined bones, till I read your description and looked back more closely!

    Thanks so much for coming to visit me at Marmelade Gypsy. I have so enjoyed looking down at your beautiful photos (and the fun mural of the cars!)


    1. I am so delighted you have popped in for a visit!

      Would you believe that this is the bowl as it arrives on your table? These bones are deep fried – and according to Dad, absolutely crispy & delicious! I left him to enjoy them.


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