- I was here: April 18, 2013.
- Number of days recommended: the only recommendable thing is to visit its neighbor Aoshima and continue.
- My score: 1/5.
As I usually clarify when I low score a city (1/5 means “I do not recommend going”), Miyazaki is not a dangerous or unpleasant city. On the contrary, Continue reading “MIYAZAKI”
GENERAL INFORMATION, CLIMATOLOGY AND WHEN TO GO
Yakushima is a non-active volcano whose almost perfect cone measures approximately 50 km in diameter. It reaches a maximum altitude of 1935 meters, Continue reading “YAKUSHIMA: WHEN TO GO; WHERE TO EAT, SLEEP AND GET EQUIPMENT; PROBLEMS”
- I was here: April 27th, 2013, and that year the flowering was already ending.
- Time needed to visit it: one hour.
- My score: 4/5.
After the pristine beaches in Yoron-to, a post-apocalyptic village in Hashima and a fairy-tale river in Takachiho, now it’s the turn of one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan, which like the previous ones, practically all foreign tourists miss. Continue reading “KITAKYUSHU: KAWACHI FUJI-EN GARDEN AND ITS WISTERIA TUNNEL”
WHEN TO GO
As the most northerly islands of Okinawa, Yoron-to has a subtropical climate. This means hot and humid summers with maximums above 32ºC and Continue reading “YORON-TO: WHEN TO GO, TRANSPORT, WHERE TO EAT AND SLEEP, PROBLEMS AND ANNOYANCES”
WHEN TO GO
The ideal temperature to visit Berlin is between June and August, with maximum temperatures around 25ºC and minimum temperatures of 15ºC, but Continue reading “BERLIN: WHEN TO GO, DANGERS AND ANNOYANCES”
The Empire State Building is much more than a skyscraper. It is not the highest since 1972, when it was surpassed by Continue reading “THE MOST FAMOUS BUILDING IN THE WORLD”