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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 ...
From Koya-San we made our way to Shikoku island by ferry, where we headed to Kotahira. En route we stopped off at naruto to marvel at their whirlpools (or massive eddys) and takamatsu to wander about ritsurin park.
Naruto is apparently famed for its "whirlpools" which occur twice a day when the currents change direction. In the park, there is a walkway underneath a huge bridge with glass bottomed sections where you can look at the sea below you. Given some of ...
... I care what anyone thinks.. This is my story, and I tell it in whatever way I please.. So anyway. Money issue got solved in Osaka and I headed straight for the Shikoku road on the Friday morning. First part was easy and I stayed in a temple all by myself. The monks held a ceremony just for me and I was served a delicious dinner. It was quite an experience. But the day after I had the nanshou temples awaiting me. And geez they were hard indeed. Winding roads up ...
... like hanging up my hat (or throwing off my bloody backpack more likely) that's my home.. Temples are cool. Great beautiful gardens to stroll in. The Japanese baths are class. And rooms lovely traditional. I'm in love with tatami floor. I hadn't had much to eat but the monk gave me some food for o-settai. Coffee and croissants. I wolfed it and fell asleep. At 7.30pm. Ha! The night owl - beaten at last! ;0) Ding!!! 4am. Wide awake. Blood pumping. The pain of the previous day ...
... coffee in a seriously old-fashioned thing. It squeaked and bubbled like a whole science lab. But the coffee was goooood! And pretty cheap for Japan, where a cuppa usually costs more than twice the price of a beer! All jacked up on the black medicine I strolled along the river and then along the main road which is lined with palm trees and leads to mount Bizan. I was amazed over how quiet it was. Calm. So unlike other Japanese cities I been to. I aimlessly walked around and ...