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Today we went on the Jomon Sugi trail which took us 7h10mins to complete. It was relatively flat so a pleasant walk. It is a very famous hike as the area is home to the largest cedar tree in the world and possibly the oldest one as well (estimation go from 2000 to 7000 years old). ...
... is meeting the larger cedar tree in Japan and possibly the oldest in the world (estimation of its age vary between 2000+ years old and 7000+ years old)
Then making it back to camp i went for a dip in the cold cold river nearby and enjoyed a home cooked dinner by the owner of the camp which was delicious.
Oh and slept in a real bed as well thank goodness for ...
... cold and was starting to get dark and we were about at our limit physically. Not to mention that I didn't want to drive down a narrow twisting mountain road in the dark.
We were very sad to leave Yakushima and would hope maybe someday we can go back. Perhaps during the summer when the mountains won't be as cold and the beach will be even more awesome to visit.
Pictures for day 3 will be on a separate blog as there are so many of them.
... diesmal standen 16 Schalen pro Person auf dem Tisch.
Today we left early, because we wanted to do a 5 hour hiking. It was again really beautiful, but it took just 4h (maybe it's because european have longer legs). The difference to Switzerland is, that here there are just young people, whereas in Switzerland they are normally a lot older.
After the hiking we went to the beach to relax and after that to some waterfalls. ...
... rarely saw a person there, there was no way to get lost. I enjoyed the Beaty a lot but could have enjoyed it more if I felt better. I was there almost 2 hours and then I took the last bus back. It took more than one hour to go to my youth hostel and again I felt sick in the bus! I when I got of the bus I was dying of hunger as I had only eaten few biscuits till then. I went to a restaurant without knowing what they serve. Usually un every restaurants either they ...