Hotel Sunroute Tokushima
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... o'clock service. Meals were with pilgrims , so I ate with an older father daughter and a loud laughing bald guy in his yukata. Breakfast was at 6 and then they were off walking again. I am realizing that one of the most important phrases to understand is ,'Are you travelling alone?', I get asked that alot! Oh, Forgot, I stopped in Kotohira on the way to Oboke and climbed to a temple and took an udon noodle making ...
... As we were running out of time before the park was due to close we practically ran around the park and managed to do most of the 1hr & 40 minute walk in 30 minutes, whilst also carrying 15kg each!!
Naruto was ok if you're passing through it but we wouldn't recommend just heading there, so maybe a thumbs down. However, ritsurin park was beautiful and we would have liked to spend longer there so probably a thumbs up.
Next stop Kotohira and a ryokan ...
... to be a sign. 15min later I was aboard one of 3 trains leaving that day and being whisked through a milky landscape as fog rolled down the mountain side. I didn't feel bad for cheating just a little. If Japanese pilgrims can go by car (taxi even), motorcycles and buses then heck, I'm allowed to use the train. And that's that. The youth hostel had closed of course but there was a budget Inn opposite the train station. While waiting for the weather to clear up ...
... to temple 12 so it would be my shelter for the night instead of the tent. And mr mountain hiker bid his farewell. I spent the night in the hut with another henro and also two men that provided food and drink o-settai. And when I say provided I mean forcibly making you eat and drink more than you could ever handle. The two men decided to stay the night too. What a team they were. Elderly Japanese versions of Jay and Silent Bob. They really were. Anyone who doesn't know Jay and ...
... is curious eyes on the road. I am after all on my own and I hate to tempt bad fate. So. That is that. Tomorrow I take the 1st step out of many thousands.. I'm excited. Tiny bit nervous. In this heat my 10kg backpack feels like 50! But I better muscle up. There's a long way ahead and no room for worry. Until next time - love & kisses! Ps. About the photos. What to do about the photos.. Since I am laptop-less and my dear companion Canon is set to shoot Raw then the only way ...