Hotel Dormy Inn Takamatsu
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... already are, when they're free classic books! In my free time I had the chance to visit Okayama, a very ordinary city with one fantastic exception it's the only city I have been to where you can play table tennis in front of a castle... The temporary art exhibition gave us a once in a lifetime experience, being filmed by Japanese people as we played round the world in front of okayama castle. The day before I was supposed to leave was in all honestly "the best day ever" we worked ...
... a lot of chess!) or just enjoying the view from the top of the house. Although there is not much organic farming to be done as I hoped,the work is very varied. The first day for instance was spent lifting some anchors out of the sea around the pier, and then boating into town to get a giant Argon canister for the carpenters. So far I have learnt how to cement (gave up using tools and went caveman mud hut style using my hands instead), fixed the pier, ...
... crow castle' for its unusual black facade was very aesthetically pleasing. The same can be said for the gardens which has big wide open spaces and all the features of a traditional Japanese garden. After visiting Okayama, I headed on to Hiroshima on the slowest bullet train ever( nearly 2 hours for a 40 minute journey because of 20 minute stops at every station on the way!) Tomorrow I will explore Hiroshima and in particular the peace memorial ...
... hard to find a rhythm in such surrounding, but well, that's how it is!
The 12 km long bride crossing from near Marugame is only open for the train and cars, bicycles have to ride further east to Takamatsu, to catch a ferry, which made my day a bit longer then expected.
After getting of the ferry in Tamano, another 30 km into the dark night had to be covered,to reach Hayashima, ...
... br> So far, we haven't bought much at all, just a few wooden spoons and a Shinkansen (the new N700 model of Shinkansen) shaped bottle of sake which we asked David and Leith to drink for us. Apparently, it was a very good quality of sake. Otherwise, we would have had to tip the sake out and that would have been a waste.
We had our lunch of sandwiches on the train back to Takamatsu. We were saying goodbye to yet another tour member. One of the John's (remember, ...