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... the exercise very safe.
Potholes and gravel roads seem to be words of the past, everything is perfect.
Well, thinking of the people I meet through Russia and now Japan, the roads are a good reflexion to compare. On one hand you have the rough Russians, on the other the perfect Japanese, and here I am, thinking what a strange world we live in. It may surprise you, I like things perfect, but somehow I miss the potholes and the roughness ...
... good hiking. The villages along the way were tucked into the valleys and were all quite small. Not sure what they do there as it felt that it was quite remote even though you are only 50km from a very industrialised part of Japan. A car is the way to go so you can take your time and explore. Next time!!!
Kochi nice. Quite a big city although quite compact. My initial ...
... would use the correct term - typhoon, but we don't want to alarm the punters on board. Still, we ensure our little white caffeine pills are handy just in case.
With deck chairs lashed to the railings, and outside exits on decks 4, 11 & 12 locked for our safety, we queue up for tickets to the Ice Show then head to the towel folding at High Notes on deck ...
... and a coke and struck up a conversation with the lady about what else....my weight! I swear it's like no one in Japan has ever seen a bigger guy before! (though it could just be the Japanese passive aggressive way of saying...hey you're fat lose some weight!....) She even wanted to touch my biceps which was a bit strange but whatevs.. After the bar we ran to a hookah place then it was on to the theater! The festival was ending so we ...
... visit the temples. And it is up to every man and woman do choose their way of travel. Car, bus, motorbike, bicycle or by foot.. It's a personal choice. But something in me is rubbed the wrong way when I am fighting my way up the hill and when I finally reach the temple I am sweaty, stinking, out of breath and dehydrated. I have feared vipers and been caught in the rain. My back have ached after 600m climb with a far too heavy backpack on. But I ...