JR Hotel Clement Takamatsu
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Today was a bit of a spare day, due to Nara being a shorter trip than planned, so I decided to head to Okayama which is on the route towards my next hostels destination of Hiroshima. Similarly to Himeji, Okayama has a castle and a famous garden(one of the top 3 in all of Japan) so I spent the late morning and early afternoon pottering around these sights. These two were hidden gems that are mainly missed off tourist itineraries. The castle, known ...
... hard to find a rhythm in such surrounding, but well, that's how it is!
The 12 km long bride crossing from near Marugame is only open for the train and cars, bicycles have to ride further east to Takamatsu, to catch a ferry, which made my day a bit longer then expected.
After getting of the ferry in Tamano, another 30 km into the dark night had to be covered,to reach Hayashima, ...
... very little business being done there.
We came across a fruit and vege shop run by an elderly couple, who should honestly not be working at their age. They looked all of 90. We bought an apple each at 180 yen. Naturally I paid and received mine first. When Lynne came to buy hers, the old lady offered her the newer apples on the bottom tray.
The other little shop had yukatas (Japanese coats which can be formal or informal) and bags. Lynne liked a yukata ...
... to stay at the museum to take more photos of some "eagles" whereas the rest of us walked down to the yellow pumpkin by the beach. He could catch the bus from the museum at 4pm and there was another bus at the yellow pumpkin structure at 4.15pm.
We made it back to the port in 15 minutes so it would obviously take a lot longer than 35 minutes to walk that same distance. Lynne reckons that we had walked at least 11,000 steps or ...
... ferry ride there & back and it lovely sitting up at the front watching smaller islands go by as we headed towards Shodoshima, naturally we had to have some olive ice cream while waiting for the return ferry.
Next day was a short local train ride around the bay to Iyo Saigo to see the Shikoku Railway Museum, very new only opened this year it commemorating the ...