Kochi Green Hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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A short ride to the other side of the island. I am travelling too fast as I passed by some magnificent scenery on the way here. Have decided trains are not the best way to see Japan as I feel I am passing by the best bits.
The country between Takamatsu and here is quite mountainous. The fist bit no, but once we headed inland it was all …
... out of the city, but never really out, because another one is coming.There is no need to plan to have enough food for the trip, if you are hungry or thirsty, another shop is always some where around the corner. After passing Kure and Takehara, two other big cities, I came along a bath resort close to the city of Mihara. Here, for once not in a city, this had to be the place where I set up my tent for the night.As long the weather allows, I am opting for ...
... little white pills stayed in the bathroom.
After another formal evening dinner, we saw a show by an Australian singer, Tamara Goa in the La Scala Theatre, then checked at the 80's disco party on the Promenade, followed by music with Kinetic in Cleopatra's Needle before heading off to bed around midnight only to discover Roger has left us another animal.
... on any toes or disrupt the "Wa" (more on "Wa" in a future entry where I'll focus on some esoteric cultural aspects of living and working in Japan) so I was very excited to speak colloquially with someone regarding what I should and should not do with my office time, and I was also very glad to get her expert insight into teaching and lesson planning. When I arrived, no one told me what I should be doing. There was no on-site ...
... does. Then there are the henro that swooshes past me in their cars. Weekenders maybe!? Henro in a hurry? One guy jumped out and clicked 10-15 photos and then drove off again with screeching tyres. That got to me. That and the hundreds of shops selling all the Henro gear. Vests, jackets, t-shirts, hats, walking sticks, bells, books, rolls, candles, incense sticks etc etc etc! I know that traditionally many things are needed. But back home when I ...