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... but ends well. Personally, I applaud his video skills since he was working with a GoPro, under wraps, with no view-finder. Thank you Sean!
I my tricks are #1 and #4, the second half of the final trick and dismount #4.
... I am glad I checked the weather forecast, which predicted rightly so.
Tomorrow should be better, but still a bit of rain. That's why I decided not to cross the mountains towards Kochi, instead I ride eastwards along the sea to Sakaide, frome where I cross a very long bridge back to the Honshu.
From there I will move slowly in to the direction of Kyushu,probably one more visit Hiroshima,to finally reach Kagoshima, from where the ferry leaves for Okinawa ...
... sure Kyla made it back to the board quickly (so she can let go of the bar) and safely (not falling backwards off the platform). Completing both of these activities successfully can present a challenge to the flyer as they are generally coming back to the platform pretty low. With her departure from the circus, it became my job to do the second part of the leap: the half-time layout. As a stand alone trick, the half time layout is not ...
... so easily and the staff is so helpful. I love how in the smaller towns the station agent bows as the train comes and goes, and how the shinkansen driver sticks his head out the window when leaving the station and salutes the platform as he goes by. Even the conductor turns and thanks the riders after collecting tickets in the ...
... of buildings in Japan have been moved for some reason or other, seems stupid but oh well?
We grabbed a cool old fashioned streetcar/tramlike vehicle back home via a park which was supposed to have samurai houses in it. They were a little disappointing because they looked like they had been built recently (they had!) and were very staged.
Last stop was the Dogo onsen which is a really old wooden building and has lovely tiled baths. It seems to ...