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... Some of the trees were just starting to change
colour -I can only imagine what it will look like in a couple of weeks from
Saturday afternoon was spent with Maiko and her family. They
came to the hotel to pick us up and off we went to the top of Mt. Yashima. On
top of this mountain is the 83rd temple on the pilgrimage journey.
There was also views out to the Seto Inland Sea although it was a ...
... unless you're wearing them properly they're actually very heavy to lift!
They also brought us up some tea and kit-kats – just what you need after a day's hike! Unfortunately Nat forgot and over-stewed the tea so it tasted awful, but the kit-kats were still good!
4 May 2015
Originally we were planning on visiting the Iya Valley today – a thickly forested area of Shikoku with mountains, gorges and vine ...
... Shikoku's more famous (though by no means largest) mountain – Konpira.
The weather report claimed it was going to be 23 degrees in Kotohira, but it felt much hotter. After buying some extra water, we began our climb of Konpira-san (The Japanese often refer to their mountains this way as a sign of respect).
Konpira-san is famous for being arduous as it has 1,860 steps, but after climbing Mount Misen on ...
小豆島 - small beans island!
The elder Ito was off on other adventures, so Ito the younger, Mouse, and Fox went on without her. Younger Ito took care of returning the car and guiding the travelers to the bus and then ferry to Shodoshima.
They stayed in a ...
Entering Takamatsu the travelers crossed the Grand Seto Bridge: 13 KM long and ¥3,500. There's a stop in the middle with photo-ops and a long line of vending machines.
The next morning, the younger Ito, Mouse, and Fox went to the Konpira Shrine. There are many steps, but a pleasant walk it is.