Kagoshima Sun Royal Hotel
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... determined to reach my booked hostel. The fitted lights on my bike were good enough, to see the roads up and down the mountains.
Once upon a time, I run a marathon in three to three and a half hours, I run one hundred kilometres in ten hours, which I thought was my limit!
Not anymore, 15 hours it took, until I finally checked into my hostel, the masochistic feeling gave very soon place to a very satisfying one, which makes ...
... but it simply won’t sell. He tells me the taxes are also quite steep on property, which is why most Japanese do not want to inherit their parents’ houses if they know they can’t sell them. Kazumi was hoping that AirBnB might be a way to solve both vacancy and improve tourism, but as most Japanese do not invite strangers into their homes this proves to be much easier said than done.
Here, in this corner of Kagoshima, all the houses built on these hill ...
Just Japan now, off the beaten track, the best way to see it, with a guided and a small group of 11. Starting with Kyoto, an ancient capital off to beautiful towns offering lovely warm baths, even a fish spa! And the water just flows constantly through.
The fish nibble away at your feet, it's a lot of fun. Some peoples legs are black with baby coi, other people ...
... took 2 hours to get to Tsuwano. Poor Takako had to mind our luggage at Shin-Yamaguchi until 5.30pm. She did say that she had a lot of computer work to get through but 8 hours sitting by yourself at the train station is an awfully long time.
The cabin was old fashioned but we had the fanciest one in the train. We had a table for four with seats on either side of the table. A little squishy but not bad. The last carriage was almost ...
... ride to the Miyajima island where the iconic red Torii gate is situated. I am sure you have seen pictures of it. Owen wanted us to get there at sunset so that we get the classic photo of the setting sun glistening on the water- which we did. See photos. Lots of other tourists we all had to walk about 700m from the ferry to the viewing point, we walked beside a little stretch of sand. Every 3-4 metres or so there was ...