Renaissance Naruto Resort
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... o'clock service. Meals were with pilgrims , so I ate with an older father daughter and a loud laughing bald guy in his yukata. Breakfast was at 6 and then they were off walking again. I am realizing that one of the most important phrases to understand is ,'Are you travelling alone?', I get asked that alot! Oh, Forgot, I stopped in Kotohira on the way to Oboke and climbed to a temple and took an udon noodle making ...
From Koya-San we made our way to Shikoku island by ferry, where we headed to Kotahira. En route we stopped off at naruto to marvel at their whirlpools (or massive eddys) and takamatsu to wander about ritsurin park.
Naruto is apparently famed for its "whirlpools" which occur twice a day when the currents change direction. In the park, there is a walkway underneath a huge bridge with glass bottomed sections where you can look at the sea below you. Given some of ...
... work for me and that's only at 251m. Now u had the heat, the humidity and my backpack. I was actually a bit worried. To get there it's not just a hike up up up, but more up and down and then back up again. Not to fry my knees completely I decided to do temple 11 and then hike halfway to 12, and finally make some use of my tent. Or so I thought. Deja vu number two. At temple 11 I met an man who also was going to do the hike so we walked together. He was Japanese but spoke ...
... enjoyed the absence of noise and nuisance. I did what I do best. Just let my feet guide themselves onto any road, path or alley that they felt like walking on. And they led me straight to a shop that sold pilgrim gear. What luck. Much cheaper than the temple shops I had read about online. And also I got my first pilgrim gifts of this journey. A cup of tea and 3 packets of incense sticks. How lovely! Found rare outdoor seating at Cafe Hats Espressivo and almost licked the ...
Another early start and we bid farewell to Hiroshima and hit the expressway to Shodoshima. The island of Shodoshima lies in the Seto Inland Sea and belongs to Shikoku Island and to reach it we had to ferry the car across the sea form the mainland (Honshu). A totally new experience for me as I think ferries are for people but my mother recounted that until she moved to Australia ferries were something cars went on as well as people ...