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... on a monday evening in Ito and unfortunately it was not much; we ended up in a diner eating burger (hamburg), then we bought some beer and snacks before we returned to the hostel. Back there we went again to the lounge to enjoy Ghibli studio music and play „City-Country-River“ with self made up categories like bodyparts or superheroes.
Tuesday, 25. August
Same s... story, different day. Woke up already early because of the ...
... and increased green space are accurate, but I hope they know we have better cuisine and architecture (the base buildings are pretty ugly). A DJ blasted obnoxious club music which Mike would certainly find a poor representation. After two months navigating a foreign land, it was interesting to spend a couple hours on the other side of the cultural equation. "Excuse me," I was told in hesitant English when a man bumped into me. Mike told a story of a woman who was ...
... walked around the rim of the crater for beautiful views of the mountains, Izu Islands and the city of Ito below. I highly recommend this little detour . We had a picnic at the beach on the way back, then a swim when we returned to Shirahama beach. A lovely relaxing day we even got s little bit of colour from the sun. This has been our first day without rain here in Japan! :) :) ...
We chilled out reading books this morning while it was pouring rain it was enjoyably relaxing. The rain started to ease off about 10 and we set off for a drive around the coastline of the Izu peninsula. It's not very far, just as well as the speed limit is 40 or 50km throughout the region. We had a fun day. The pics tell it ...
... then we rushed the last 3/4 in about 5 minutes! We finally got to Ito and collected our car for three days. This region doesn't feature in the Lonely Planet but is a popular tourist spot for Japanese. We head south down the coast road and there are some lovely views. The countryside is rugged with little tunnels through the hills, vaguely reminiscent of the drive between the south of France and Italy with pretty towns built into the hillside. The drive in parts is quite ...