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30/10 Stage 61 Hiroshima to Sunamibeach. Km 110
31/10 Stage 62 Sunamibeach to Saijo. Km 150
overall today 11000 km
Thursday morning, I was finally again sitting on my bike finding the way out the city of Hiroshima. As expected, the very well signed routes made it easy to find the desired direction, which I planned mostly along the sea.
It is not a surprise to see many bicycle riders, as bike pads along the road are part of the system, ...
... good hiking. The villages along the way were tucked into the valleys and were all quite small. Not sure what they do there as it felt that it was quite remote even though you are only 50km from a very industrialised part of Japan. A car is the way to go so you can take your time and explore. Next time!!!
Kochi nice. Quite a big city although quite compact. My initial ...
... 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 ...
... I asked so many questions.....I think my co-workers here wished they could've done the same...I'm curious dammit! ;)
On my first day of work with Kayla, she took me on an afternoon drive through the city so I could get acquainted with all the hot-spots in Aki. We explored Nora Dokei, an old clock that doesn't work, yet remains a landmark for the city, and Iwasaki Yataro's childhood home. Iwasaki was the founder of ...
... 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 ...