Hotel Nikko Kochi /Asahi Royal
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... rather then pay a hostel. Camping in Japan is allowed, nobody will come after you for trespassing. It is however not really common, as people who do this are more from the poorer side of society. So by passers may look a bit strange at you, but seeing you are an "alien", you are excused.
Some of the money I saved for not booking a hostel, I spend for a wonderful meal in a restaurant, Japanese food really is great.
To reach the smallest of ...
... it was on the coast but in reality it is 15 kms from it. Never mind - the sea can wait.
Went to the castle - probably the main drawcard ( Kochi-jo ). Built in the 17th century but rebuilt in 1750 after a fire. What else; everything is destroyed by fire it seems. It was one castle in Japan that never came under attack by those warring warlords so is a bit original although I ...
... Kaz learned to make Turtles and Rabbits out of towels, Rob relaxed next door at the 19th Hole (Golfers will understand)
After lunch we hit the Casino for a while, checked out the shops and hit the Sports Bar for a cocktail of the day. By 4.30pm the Captain advised we were 150 nautical miles from the eye and heading out of the storm. We were both feeling fine ...
... Japan, so I felt bad for all the teams! Luckily they kept them well-hydrated, but there were still a few competitors from various teams that were hospitalized because of heat stroke.
After the festival on Saturday we met back at Hirome and decided we wanted to catch a movie. I decided not to indulge in any spirits today since I didn't think my own spirit could handle it. Pacific Rim was playing in the theater and we were ...
... make my own route. I will stay on Shikoku. I really love this little island! I have decided, to start with, to follow the coast from Kochi to Matsuyama. After all I love nature and the sea and that trail feels a lot more personal to me. The route of the little environmentalist! And I will keep walking too. Giving up the pilgrim trail is not about being lazy. I just need to follow my heart. I will visit shrines that sits along my path. I am not ...