Awa Kanko Hotel
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... gorge run by a super nice guy and his vegan cooking wife. It was great hanging out with the other guests and getting to know the staff. I took a bus out to the famous bridge and I was lucky to get there before the crowds. It was cool, but then what? You really need a car to get yourself to a trailhead. I tried walking on the road, but the trucks made it no fun. So I found a cool restaurant hanging over the ...
... on the tourist leaflets, we were slightly underwhelmed by the whirlpools when we got there! We had thought that there would be 2 really big, deep whirlpools under the bridge, however it is actually more like lots of little whirlpools which all twist and turn into one another. It was still a pretty impressive sight though.
After seeing the whirlpools we made a mad dash to get the next train to Takumatsu only to find that on the way we had an hour stop at ...
... had another little friend during a part of my hike. Someone I easily preferred to people. He came running out of a garden and came down the hill barking and acting all tough so first I was a bit intimidated. But Mr Red turned out to be friendly and walked alongside me for quite some time. I gave him the choice to either live in my backpack for 7 weeks and then go to Scotland or to run along home. Unfortunately he chose to run off home. Bye Mr Red, I'll miss you! ...
... work for me and that's only at 251m. Now u had the heat, the humidity and my backpack. I was actually a bit worried. To get there it's not just a hike up up up, but more up and down and then back up again. Not to fry my knees completely I decided to do temple 11 and then hike halfway to 12, and finally make some use of my tent. Or so I thought. Deja vu number two. At temple 11 I met an man who also was going to do the hike so we walked together. He was Japanese but spoke ...
... enjoyed the absence of noise and nuisance. I did what I do best. Just let my feet guide themselves onto any road, path or alley that they felt like walking on. And they led me straight to a shop that sold pilgrim gear. What luck. Much cheaper than the temple shops I had read about online. And also I got my first pilgrim gifts of this journey. A cup of tea and 3 packets of incense sticks. How lovely! Found rare outdoor seating at Cafe Hats Espressivo and almost licked the ...