Hotel Los Inn Kochi
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... 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 ...
... 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 a festival weekend....this proved quite the task. Our friend Andrew had generously offered to board us for the night, but we didn't want to inconvenience him, so off we went! After walking around for so long that day, it was rather exhausting going from hotel to hotel trying to find a room but eventually we found success.
I'm a bit festival-ed out...but I wouldn't trade these experiences for the world
All my love,
Nach Kotohira fuhren wir ins Iya-Tal. Dort hat es viele Steilwände und Flüsse, welche sich auch zum River Rafting sehr eignen.
Anschliessend fuhren wir nach Kochi, wo wir übernachteten.
After Kotohira we drove to the Iya Valley. There are a lot of steep face and rivers where you also can go rafting.
In the afternoon we drove to Kochi, where we also stayed for the night.
... beach so we did. Yuya loves the aquarium. I put my hand in a little tank with very tiny fish. They swim over to you and nibble on your fingers. It felt so bizarre and tickled a bit, I think they were cleaning my hands.
We walked through some doors and were met by a small tank with lots of fish and giant loggerhead turtles. For 100 yen you could buy a small bowl of sardines to feed them so Miko bought 2 bowls. We tried to feed the turtles but ...