Kochi South Breeze Hotel
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... rather then pay a hostel. Camping in Japan is allowed, nobody will come after you for trespassing. It is however not really common, as people who do this are more from the poorer side of society. So by passers may look a bit strange at you, but seeing you are an "alien", you are excused.
Some of the money I saved for not booking a hostel, I spend for a wonderful meal in a restaurant, Japanese food really is great.
To reach the smallest of ...
... it as a home rather than a castle.
Settled into a hotel for the night. Ten dollars more and I have my own room and bathroom. Heaven.
Quite hot and humid. Probably about 35 degrees. Makes walking hard and by the end of each day I feel quite exhausted. I see on the internet they are describing it as a heat wave in Japan and people are dying. However I wouldn't go that far.
... would use the correct term - typhoon, but we don't want to alarm the punters on board. Still, we ensure our little white caffeine pills are handy just in case.
With deck chairs lashed to the railings, and outside exits on decks 4, 11 & 12 locked for our safety, we queue up for tickets to the Ice Show then head to the towel folding at High Notes on deck ...
... December, then finishes with a final term from January through March..confusing? I thought so too! So basically the kids get a break from the end of July all the way through August, with another break around Christmas and New Years with plenty of three day weekends and holidays mixed in sporadically (Japan is one of the most holiday-happy countries around). So what on Earth am I doing since I'm not teaching? Well, unlike in America, ...
... make my own route. I will stay on Shikoku. I really love this little island! I have decided, to start with, to follow the coast from Kochi to Matsuyama. After all I love nature and the sea and that trail feels a lot more personal to me. The route of the little environmentalist! And I will keep walking too. Giving up the pilgrim trail is not about being lazy. I just need to follow my heart. I will visit shrines that sits along my path. I am not ...