Onomichi Kokusai Hotel
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... kimonos before that for who knows how long! Best morning! Next stop, a Japanese movie studio. Samourai greeted us in full gear, posing for shots with us. Theatre performers did their cool stuff on stage, while I had a photo taken dressed at a Geisha. My fellow travellers all agree I should maintain the blonde thing....not fans of me as a brunette! As the rain came down we headed to the staton to catch the "Romantic Train" which meandered through the lush ...
... bike paths are clear. I passed through 8 Islands and 7 bridges. Each bridge is designed very unique and different from the other one. I landed at the Sunrise Itoyama bicycle terminal for the night for 4200¥ per night. The bath is quite an experience in the form of the Japanese ...
... adrenaline fix as soon as I got on the very first bridge. My blood was rushing. My heart beating. I was laughing out loud. I was bouncing off the ceiling, luckily not over the edge of the railing! It was great. Same rush as when I have piercings or tattoos done. A natural high. Thank you body for being such an awesome vessel! The bridge was phenomenal. The cold grey steel with the nature around me as backdrop, it was extraordinary. There's something magic happening ...
Tomorrow I embark on the Shimanami Kaido. That means this is my last evening on Shikoku before I steer my steps towards Honshu. The walk should take 3 days. I'm charging the battery in my hotel room watching bad J-TV. Drinking green tea and looking at what to do in Korea when I get there in less than a week. Will be fun to see old friends in Seoul. Last time I was there (in 2007) I ended up seeing nothing but that city as I had too much fun ...
... eat an entire one at thanksgiving, and turkey sandwiches were my favorite. Leftover or cold cuts, turkey was my friend <3
There is no turkey in Japan.
I have to amend that, though. I found turkey, about a month after this. Aeon mall in Kurashiki has a Subway. And Subway has turkey. And jalapeņos. And whole wheat bread. Subway is my favorite.
But you can’t buy turkey in stores. I told my elementary school students ...