Minami Awaji Royal Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... various dishes including sashimi, soup, pickles and rice. It was very Japanese and not something we'd usually eat but it was a good experience.
Once we'd paid, the hotel offered us a free bus ride back to the station. As there didn't seem to be much else to see or do in the town, we took them up on the offer. We still had some spare hours left of the day so we stopped at Osaka on the way back to Nara. This is quite a lively city and one we ...
... this time heading for the city of Naruto, a few miles north. In Japan, apart from being the name of a long-running anime series, Naruto is famous for its whirlpools under the bridge that links the islands Shikoku and Honshu.
The whirlpools are caused by the tide powerfully rushing in and out through the narrow Naruto Straight, according to Wikipedia the currents can get up to 12 miles per hour, making them the 4th fastest in the world!
... part of the afternoon to walk the route. The weather held off for little old me, until the end. At temple 5 I bought what seemed like cheap oranges. Great I said to myself. At least until I tried one. They were very bitter, and it was a pain to eat them. (The locals like them though as I managed to give the bag to the owners of my hostel.). So with a bag of bitter oranges I made it to the bus stop for a short 10minute ride, which would not come for the next 1.5 hours. With this ...
... 3 on the first day, but the first few are so close together that it'd seemed fine to do them all together.)
Part of the pilgrimage is supposed to be accepting *************g the route and carrying on regardless, so we decided to head out and try to sleep at Temple 6. Courage Simo!
On Saturday we went to Osaka, another very large city in Japan and one of the largest cities in the world as well. We started the day at Osakajo, which is a huge castle. The Chrysanthemum Festival was underway, so we got to see koto, flute, and taiko drum performances in front of the castle. We also went inside, all the way to the top for a great view of the city, and then throughout the museum located inside. I ...