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... to boot!!! Brad kept saying "Isn’t the view amazing?" I just keep my eyes forward and didn’t look left or right until we stopped for a break – there was a little pull out area with benches – so civilized! And yes the views were amazing! The bridge we were on was 6.4 km long. We were up about 20 stories high. If you get tired of cycling there are drop off stations when you get to one of the islands. From there you can get a shuttle to your next ...
... heron. The legend says that, a long time ago, a wounded white heron spent his time in the hot water and that his wounds were healed by the water. Since then, people believe that the hot springs cure lots of body aches. After bathing, we looked for a hairdresser, found one but did not manage to get our hair cut as one of his client (we still do not know where the actual hairdresser was) told us ...
This morning we left Hiroshima. At the harbour, we got on a speed boat (a kind of catamaran ferry) that brought us to Matsuyama. The weather was quite cloudy and foggy but we could clearly see multiple small islands around us. Once at Matsuyama harbour, the trip went on: 1st a taxi to hakatama station 2nd a train to Matsuyama city station 3rd a tram to Dogo Onsen 4th a taxi to our ryokan (japanese inn with tatami ...
... socks and rushed onto it, to the glee of the children already jumping around. It was so much fun bouncing everywhere and much needed! We then carried on with our kiddie adventure by going on the playground, the slide and the rickety bridge. Time was slipping away and so we had to stop playing and get back to some serious cycling. We got to the last bridge which holds the title of the longest suspension bridge in the world at 4km. It really was something to behold! ...
... features, the old site of a castle (only the footprint was left), wooden temples, lights hung in the trees, people playing sports and the tempting view of musicians setting up shop. With reluctance, I walked up the steepest steps to view a shrine on the way to my hostel.
The hostel was bright yellow, asking directions from a car park attendant, i was sent the wrong way, down a hill only to walk back up it ...