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... for a backpacker. Hot food, clean toilets, more vending machines than you can count.. and best of all, most of their outdoor seating is in the shadow. Bliss! When I crossed the 4th bridge I walked past the only campsite on that island - Sunset Beach. It was as tacky and busy as it sounds. And I did not want to spend the night there. It was not that far of a walk to next bridge and next island and I could make it there before 5pm and only hope that there would be a ...
... my walk all around town to find the bloody place. And I was also probably drained from my breakdown earlier. So I decided it didn't matter if I had no internet. With that in mind I went upstairs and hid in my room and made myself a cup of coffee to wind down (cos that's what caffeine is for right). To find out about the bridge routes I could get info in the morning the old-fashioned way - i.e the Tourist Information office at Imabari ...
... br> On the way to Ikuchijima we have met a Dutch tourist Ming with who we travelled along through the day, so there were four of us cycling along. The route is nicely signed with English names and blue mark on the rode, hoverer we have managed to be lost on the way- lucky enough we had a Japanese guy with us, so he asked locals for the direction.
We have stooped few times; to get some food, pick some oranges from the orange trees nearby and to take some pictures. ...
... 333;rakuen garden, which has been designated as a cultural heritage and is known as one of three the most beautiful gardens in Japan- definitely worth a visit. Cherry season is on, so there where few people enjoying the season, eating sushi and drinking green teas on the garden, there was a married couple taking photo shoot too.
Jumped into the train again and headed to Fukuyama where we caught a ...
... to Niihama Kita (North) Junior High School. There I was able to see Jonah looking at Onion roots through a microscope, The class was pretty wild because they had just found out that they were closing after 1st hour. Diasuke, an assistant English language teacher from California told me that before they left they all get assignments they were supposed to do at home. Later when I mentioned that to Mr. Suzuki and the English teacher visiting the ...
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