Green Hill Hotel Onomichi
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... than to come home for his funeral- wherever in the world we were though we would hold our own special service to honour Gran for all he was. This turned out to be Day 2 of our planned bike ride of the Shimano Kaido, a 70km bike ride across the Seto Inland Sea of Japan. For those of you who know me, my **** is not designed to sit on a bike, so it was a little ironic that the universe had me bike riding on this day. I even contemplated running it on my dodgy Achilles ...
... spectacular views of the hillside, river and huge boulders below...think Puffing Billy on steroids! An awesome experience! As dusk fell we headed to a quaint riverside town to witness cormorant fishing. Birds on leashes, diving for fish from ancient looking boats. The fishermen keep the large fish while the birds get the rest. Sake on the banks of the river, in the rain, with paper lanterns swaying in the breeze completed our day. This was the longest. Home after ...
Took the early morning train from Hiroshima to Onomichi to start my 70km cycling trip to Imbari. Was looking forward to the trip. This trip reminds me of the cycling through Vancouver islands. Island hopping. It is very easy to go from one place to the next. All routes are well ...
... day and maybe catch the bridge at sunrise (if I could get up that is). But. What I had forgotten to check at what levitation the campsite was positioned.. big oups! As I was walking I could hear thunder in the distance and then the flashes started lighting up the sky. Last but never least came the rain. Only a very gentle shower but I got a Shimanto flashback anyhow and though I better check where exactly the camping was. Outside a small house a man was having ...
Tomorrow I embark on the Shimanami Kaido. That means this is my last evening on Shikoku before I steer my steps towards Honshu. The walk should take 3 days. I'm charging the battery in my hotel room watching bad J-TV. Drinking green tea and looking at what to do in Korea when I get there in less than a week. Will be fun to see old friends in Seoul. Last time I was there (in 2007) I ended up seeing nothing but that city as I had too much fun ...