Green Hill Hotel Onomichi
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... and that was one we could sample first. We all pitched in 1000¥ ($11) and decided to have it after dinner. David was quizzing us what we felt like eating for dinner and after some discussion he took us to a very local place where an old lady cooks in a tiny restaurant out the front of her house. The food was so delicious. I ordered a katsudon which is like a pork schinitzel served on rice with some onion and a part cooked egg. So tasty. ...
... crossing to the first island by ferry. Fortunately the hire bikes available had wide seats so I was pretty content as we set off and invigorated for the beginning of an adventure and a tribute. The first few islands were unexpectedly very industrial with large engineering plants and ships dotted along the shores. Inland were old Japanese houses surrounded by perfect fruit and vegetable plots- it all seemed a little ironic and 'meant to be' as Gran was known as one of the ...
Another massive day, but the weather has turned and the heavens have opened up wide! Train trip to Arashiyama where we experienced Batik making. After chosing the design and the article we wanted to work on, we set about with paint brushes and hot wax to trace and paint! The finished products are amazing! The little old lady, who we dubbed Elsie, helped me draw cherry blossom, my name and the date in Japanese. They have been in this business for over 50 years, ...
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 ...