We went to Shikoku because in Tadotsu there is the Shorinji Kempo main Dojo, martial art that my friend and travelbuddy in this trip Manuel Martín practiced. Since we were going to go, he insisted that we stay one or two more days; literally his words were: “I do not know what is there, but I think it has to be cool.” Since I knew absolutely nothing about Shikoku I could not refute his argument, and from this anecdote I learned that sometimes it is not bad to let go by instinct, because the overall experience was very positive. Continue reading “Shikoku”
In case someone is thinking about it, Onomichi has nothing interesting apart from the bike route.
Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: THE ROUTE BY BICYCLE”
HOW TO RENT THE BICYCLE
There are two systems: Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: RENTING THE BIKE AND TRANSPORT BY FERRY AND BUS”
- I was here pedaling: April 29, 2013.
- My rating: 5/5.
For my birthday I’m going to self-gift me these articles about one of the places I have some of my best memories in Japan, being at the same time little known for the majority of foreign tourists, except those fans of the bicycle. Continue reading “SHIMANAMI KAIDO: THE ROUTE OF THE BRIDGES BETWEEN ONOMICHI AND SHIKOKU”