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... the suffering, enough reasons, why to do seemingly so crazy things!
My running friends on the Gold Coast can probably sing a song about this, as I read ,they were doing the 500 km Endeavour run at temperature of up to 47 degree, and, I am sure, sill be happy at the end!
Well, really hope to join you guys next year!
Anyway, Saturday night, my destination in the centre of a very lively city, restaurants and shops still ...
... the Dutch dike houses to shame in the way they are built, yet over a quarter of them are uninhabited. This is the other side of Japan, where all the teenagers are moving into the big city centres, taking up jobs in some kind of service industry or other and are not producing food for Japanese tables. Kazumi told me that the Japanese are extremely lacking when it comes to self-sufficiency. They import most of their food and other raw materials. We think of Japan as a beautiful country, ...
... t seem to fancy.
We felt very privileged and were treated very well in the ryokans, I'll miss Japan.
We also enjoyed the 7 samurai home village, with bonsai and the intriguing kanakasi airplane fighters museum with photos of all of them. They looked so young and an old man giving a talk about it, still a lot of interest, after all these decades. No photos allowed.
... carriage and opened out into a verandah outside. The scenery was rural with lots of padi fields and vege gardens. Every now and then, the cabins filled with smoke. We were warned to close the windows as soon as we entered a tunnel, and to open the window as we exited. However, people in the next carriage did not do that and the smoke ended up filling our cabin too. We had to close the adjoining doors. We couldn't even see into the ...
... 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 ...