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... painting and helped tidy up the beach. There has been a few excursions away from the house either because it's a Sunday and we get the day off or because Mokoto can't be asked to work so takes us out. The first trip was to the islands only school which is shutting down because it has about 8 students. They were putting on a final show for the community and It was, considering how old they were, very good. There was music, drama and a demonstration of ...
... crow castle' for its unusual black facade was very aesthetically pleasing. The same can be said for the gardens which has big wide open spaces and all the features of a traditional Japanese garden. After visiting Okayama, I headed on to Hiroshima on the slowest bullet train ever( nearly 2 hours for a 40 minute journey because of 20 minute stops at every station on the way!) Tomorrow I will explore Hiroshima and in particular the peace memorial ...
11/2 Stage 63 Saijo to Hayashima km 145
After a short stint to Shikoku Island, I am back to Honshu in Hayashima.
The planned crossing of the mountains to the southern side of Shikoku made no sense, under the miserable weather condition this would have been a torture.
Instead, I rode eastwards along the coast, towards the city of Takamatsu. The mountains in the south were ...
... the pasta main but some of them were a bit too Japanese to be Italian - soy sauce and/or salmon roe in the mix somewhere. Overall, it was a very nice meal.
We went back to the hotel at about 7.30pm for more laundry and downloaded more photos from today, as well as to write this blog.
We leave for Kyoto tomorrow morning at 8.45am. Bags in the foyer at 8.20am so that the taxis can take them to the station for us. No point wrecking the wheels on my bag.
We were going to make our way to the contemporary art museum called Benesse House. We weren't allowed to take any photos of the "artwork" within the museum itself. However, there were scattered works of art on the grounds outside.
Owen had said that it would take us only 35 minutes to walk from the Port to the Museum. Well, it took us 30 minutes to walk to the car park uphill and then another ...