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... full circuit, so today we settled for a taster by doing a 15km hike of the first five temples.
As soon as we got to Bando train station, the closest to the first temple, we spotted a few henro in the traditional gear. When we got to the first temple, Ryozen-ji, there were many more, with mannequins kitted out as well to advertise that the nearby shop sold the outfit if you needed to get your own!
... heavens opened and I ran to the train station, there was no guarantee of a bus. Music a rainy run, surprisingly fun. I made my train back to town!
I had met a cool German guy in the morning, when I was looking lost and trying to find the way to the first temple. A lady runs out and indicates a green line leading the way to the first temple. No English but a smiling face. Simon just a small way ahead comments that he had the same issue when he first started the 88 temple walk, ...
小豆島 - small beans island!
The elder Ito was off on other adventures, so Ito the younger, Mouse, and Fox went on without her. Younger Ito took care of returning the car and guiding the travelers to the bus and then ferry to Shodoshima.
They stayed in a ...
... 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 ...
... farther from Osaka Station than I had expected. (It took one hour and ten minutes to go from the train tation to Kansai International Airport!) As a result, I arrived at the check-in counter at 7:23, two minutes before the check-in counter was closed. It was a close call and I learned that I should be very careful of time when I travel in the areas which I am not familiar with even in Japan. (Come to think of it, I did a similar thing in Hong Kong as well....)