Nishitetsu Inn Kochi Harimayabashi
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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 ...
... good hiking. The villages along the way were tucked into the valleys and were all quite small. Not sure what they do there as it felt that it was quite remote even though you are only 50km from a very industrialised part of Japan. A car is the way to go so you can take your time and explore. Next time!!!
Kochi nice. Quite a big city although quite compact. My initial ...
... would use the correct term - typhoon, but we don't want to alarm the punters on board. Still, we ensure our little white caffeine pills are handy just in case.
With deck chairs lashed to the railings, and outside exits on decks 4, 11 & 12 locked for our safety, we queue up for tickets to the Ice Show then head to the towel folding at High Notes on deck ...
... here! I've had less than five full nights just to myself and I am perfectly fine with this. After graduation most of my friends moved away, so I was left with so much alone time and I detested it! I'm a very social person and I always want to be doing something, so the past couple of years have been rather boring for me. It's nice to be around people again and to go out and enjoy life! I've really missed it and I feel like I finally have ...
... visit the temples. And it is up to every man and woman do choose their way of travel. Car, bus, motorbike, bicycle or by foot.. It's a personal choice. But something in me is rubbed the wrong way when I am fighting my way up the hill and when I finally reach the temple I am sweaty, stinking, out of breath and dehydrated. I have feared vipers and been caught in the rain. My back have ached after 600m climb with a far too heavy backpack on. But I ...