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... good hiking. The villages along the way were tucked into the valleys and were all quite small. Not sure what they do there as it felt that it was quite remote even though you are only 50km from a very industrialised part of Japan. A car is the way to go so you can take your time and explore. Next time!!!
Kochi nice. Quite a big city although quite compact. My initial ...
... on the train, and (almost) everybody was in a good mood!
Once on Shikoku we got driven around the gorge in a cool old school bus, to all the best local sights.
... wooden bath. More importantly, the dinner there was absolutely amazing and included sashimi, tempura, baked fish with cheese and spinach, noodle soup (cooked over our own stove on the table), plus various pickles and probably some tofu as well. We were well impressed.
The next morning we visited the zentsu Ji temple where kobo Daishi was born, who was responsible for setting up 88 temples across Shikoku. Lots of people do a pilgrimage of all 88, but given ...
... little white pills stayed in the bathroom.
After another formal evening dinner, we saw a show by an Australian singer, Tamara Goa in the La Scala Theatre, then checked at the 80's disco party on the Promenade, followed by music with Kinetic in Cleopatra's Needle before heading off to bed around midnight only to discover Roger has left us another animal.
The place is beautiful but unfortunately the people a lot less... A little disappointed with the lack of friendliness of its inhabitant however the path to reach the top shrine and its steps (apparently arduous) was fun. The view at the top was the most impressive. Seeing so many shrines, it tends to get repetitive so it's nice to have a different surrounding such as here. So just one night will do before moving on the Matsuyama and our final stop in Shikoku before ...