7 Days Hotel
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... Japanese main island, Shikoku, you have now ,I think four points to cross bridges to reach it. I rode south wards from the city of Onomichi, crossing several island connected with bridges, to finally reach Imabari on Shikoku. The road is actually a motorway, but bike pads are either beside or underneath the bridge.This whole area is specially designed for bike tourers. If you are without a bike, there are many rental places around, if you do not know ...
... it was on the coast but in reality it is 15 kms from it. Never mind - the sea can wait.
Went to the castle - probably the main drawcard ( Kochi-jo ). Built in the 17th century but rebuilt in 1750 after a fire. What else; everything is destroyed by fire it seems. It was one castle in Japan that never came under attack by those warring warlords so is a bit original although I ...
... Kaz learned to make Turtles and Rabbits out of towels, Rob relaxed next door at the 19th Hole (Golfers will understand)
After lunch we hit the Casino for a while, checked out the shops and hit the Sports Bar for a cocktail of the day. By 4.30pm the Captain advised we were 150 nautical miles from the eye and heading out of the storm. We were both feeling fine ...
... to thrive again socially and enjoy my twenties. I've met more people in the past three weeks than I have in the past three years.
The week after the festival, my coworker Kayla arrived back in Japan from her visit home to the States. Before she arrived, things were a bit hectic regarding my adjustment to the workplace. In Japan, it's rather difficult to get a straight answer out of anyone because everyone is sure not ...
... goal and it feels pretty good. Then the first thing I meet is a bus load of people getting off an air-conditioned bus. Fresh as daisies. Their tour-guide does the chanting while the group try to follow by reading in a book. Another tour guide gets all their booked stamped. Watching the kanji being written in the book is to me one of the spectacular things! It is so beautiful. Expensive but beautiful. And the tour group never sees it! It bugs me. ...