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Aso to Kagoshima, a 235 km journey, the longest and at the same time the last bike ride on mainland Japan.
Leaving Aso early in the morning, as soon the sun gave light, I knew to have a long day ahead of me. Temperature of below zero, the ice rubbed of the seat of my bike was prove to that, I did ride down the hill towards Kumamoto.
Leaving the nice scenery of the mountains behind me, I came across hidden roads in some of ...
... take me quite a bit longer as I will still need to reserve tickets and wait for the trains. As I indubitably have mentioned before I thoroughly enjoy traveling with the Shinkansen so most of today’s journey will be enjoyable.
Or so I thought…
DUN DUN DUN
It really wasn’t that bad, honestly. Here’s what happened.
The journey towards Kagoshimachuo was uneventful for the most part. I wrote a lot and watched some films. ...
Just Japan now, off the beaten track, the best way to see it, with a guided and a small group of 11. Starting with Kyoto, an ancient capital off to beautiful towns offering lovely warm baths, even a fish spa! And the water just flows constantly through.
The fish nibble away at your feet, it's a lot of fun. Some peoples legs are black with baby coi, other people ...
... dashed straight out to have a look at the BIC Camera store next door and bumped into our John there. He was looking for some iPhone accessories. We just sticky beaked around but didn't buy anything. We are lugging around enough weight with us as it is now and don't want anymore till later in the journey. Joseph has even more as he keeps taking the toothbrushes and shavers from every hotel. We have ditched the PJs that Qantas gave out in ...
... set out about 1620AD by the Lord of the area. They only occupy about 40000 sq ft but have everything, water complete with little islands, the arch bridge, and little miniature moutains, everything so compact. We had a lovely lunch there in the sun. The gardens were heavily damaged after the atomic bomb but have now been completely restored.
Then back on the tram down to the Miyajima ferry terminal. It is ...