Onomichi Kokusai Hotel
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... I got some inspiration from a blog though where two girls got bikes with child seats on and put their bags in the seats. What a clever idea and one that would save a lot of money. We got to the bike hire centre at around 7am and found ourselves two bikes with child seats. The bags fitted perfectly so we were ready to go. At the Onomichi port you catch a small ferry which takes about 3 or 4 minutes to cross to the first island, Mukaishima. The whole cycle route is marked ...
... ride away from Onomichi and something I was really keen to see. The island had been abandoned after the Hiroshima bombing and legend has it that the rabbits there as pets escaped and bred...like rabbits! We found our way to the ferry and there you could buy rabbit food so I got a bag. As soon as we got off the ferry and onto the island you could see the rabbits. All colours and sizes....so cute! What we weren't expecting so much was how beautiful the ...
... for hiking and biking.
We haven't eaten dinner yet tonight and I'm not sure that we will but if we do I will certainly update this entry with any new information we manage to gather.
After blogging for several hours and getting in a brief workout the local time in Onomichi had advanced to 9:30PM. Erika suggested we give the tempura place that we'd been walking by for the last 2 days a try. While I'm definitely feeling fat, ...
... and a short walk later we had arrived at our hotel in Onomichi. Unfortunately at this point my feet are very sore and I am in no mood to go biking between any islands. As it turns out the weather is kind of rainy and gray and it doesn't take much to talk Erika into a rest day. We dine on Ramen a block from our hotel and call it a night pretty early. Nothing to see here, at least that we bothered to take photos of on this day.
... is a speciality of the area. It reminded James of Benedictine. So, back to Island to brave the baths - luckily we could check in early too, so we went to our room to gather ourselves. The baths were bonkers. To cut a long story short they involved alternately crawling into human clay ovens, running into the freezing sea and soaking in some rather unclean-looking leaf-filled baths. The area itself looked like an unfinished worksite and there was a line ...