Matsuyama Tokyu Inn
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... around in robes is quite comfortable.
We rented bikes the next day for $3/bike. There are 4 different pick-up/drop-off places throughout the city. Like other cities we have visited, Matsuyama is set up for the cyclist – either designated lanes on the road or else wide sidewalks with room for cyclists. It is also fairly flat with smallish mountains surrounding the city. Our first destination was to the castle perched up on one of these mountains. You could take ...
Today is a relaxing day: shopping and bathing ;) After a slow start and a breakfast at the ryokan, we took the tram to Matsuyama and headed for the shopping street with 3 goals in mind: 1. Buy some herbs and spices we will need to cook Japanese back home in the NL 2. Find me (Julia) a yukata 3. And of course, if possible, find some more souvenirs ;) We succeeded at all three. I think we are quite good ...
This morning we left Hiroshima. At the harbour, we got on a speed boat (a kind of catamaran ferry) that brought us to Matsuyama. The weather was quite cloudy and foggy but we could clearly see multiple small islands around us. Once at Matsuyama harbour, the trip went on: 1st a taxi to hakatama station 2nd a train to Matsuyama city station 3rd a tram to Dogo Onsen 4th a taxi to our ryokan (japanese inn with tatami ...
... tonight once again blown away by Japanese hospitality and how happy and kind the family was.
7 May 2015
We started off with a fairly quiet morning after Akiko made us a beautiful breakfast – a tray with fruit, a salad, yoghurt, fish, tofu, steamed veg, cheese, toast with blueberry jam and an egg for Chris.
Akiko then proceeded to help us wash all of our clothes despite our best efforts for prevent her from doing ...
... a longer route which was meant to pass through orange groves but we didn't have time so we just went the quickest way to our accommodation, Setoda Private Hostel. Contrary to what we'd read, it was easy to find. We got shown our room which was a traditional tatami mat room with ensuite. There is an onsen and dinner is at a set time. We had a couple of hours to kill so went and sat on the nearby beach with some wine. Ben arrived and joined us a bit later. The beach ...