There isn’t one so we have to walk quite a way until we do actually find it. In front of these pools in the centre of the room is a large pool filled from the mouth of a stone frog as are the three pools on the left immediately you enter. We notice that the rivers are also a lot fuller. SO EXCITED!!! When she returns to the reception nothing is forthcoming apart from half a dozen cans of local drinks. They ask us where we are from and when I produce the large Welsh flag we have they insist on a photo which is taken by a passing climber, delaying his ascent somewhat. I hope they enjoyed the aroma from my shoes. That prospect has us even more depressed! Will hopefully meet up with our old pal James too, the guy we met in August. Photos all taken we enter the stone section and then the glass elevator for the observatory. I can a, Cozy Mug Coffee Mug Warmer white color Dog Scottish Westie Artisanal Ceramic button sweater Tea Sleeve Cover Crochet Wool Ooak, Wrap-around Adorable Corgi Mug - now comes in TWO colors, Happy Black and White Border Collie Dog prances across my hand thrown red earthenware clay pottery mug. So we end up in Starbucks. This really is a fabulous joy, to witness so many people experiencing a freedom they are usually restricted from. mug's background is turquoise blue with hints of denim blue. Their merchandise has been on display since before we arrived. Sharon has been busy cooking, I’m going to be the size of a house soon. She is so competent in her trade, cooking take away boxes full of chicken and still dealing with restaurant trade, especially those planks who can’t speak the language. Kat and Seb are only staying one nigh as they have to return the van before having a few days in a hotel in Tokyo and then return to Germany, but that’s short lived as they are starting a new life in Namibia. FOR SALE: Local honey for sale from 2019 fresh local self serve at 1150 Swamp Bridge Road, Denver. Flags and tent poles off the back the bike is in the lift. The views over the hills as the sun sets are glorious. They wave enthusiastically at us as we take to a large bridge it’s the first group cyclists we have encountered I think. Getting going again was a struggle as the gradient was a little on the steep side but we craved on again until the gradient was just too much for the prospect of the return of Turtle Bob. I don’t know why they don’t overtake us I can’t see behind us but carry on after the summit and eventually pull over at a lakeside where there is a white bridge over one section, beautifully reflected in the water. It’s the navigation which does for us a few times after James departs, but we find our way back into the correct path and the rain stops too to reveal a glorious sunny afternoon. From out of the dank mist I hear some voices. This is an older open ground with an oval interior consequently our seats behind the posts are a light year away from the pitch. She looks up in the book of rules and says yes no problem. The Japanese around us are pleased Wales have won. Crossing over the motorway to the airport and passing the golf course we arrive at the hotel. We pass through checkpoints and are watched by unseen eyes through the numerous CCTV cameras. I start cleaning the van so as not to incur the cleaning fee when we return it later in the week. They are jumping about all over the pan. James then negotiates with a bike shop owner for some boxes so we can transport the bikes back home on the plane, before taking us to an area of Seoul, so we can go to the Seoul Sky tower a massive building in the city which is in the Guinness book of records for the worlds fastest lift, 496 metres in a minute. By six thirty we are on the street, grey and light drizzle everywhere. The climb out of the village is great and then comes a real climb but again this time it’s nowhere near as challenging as it was the first time. Chewy is given special wooden chopsticks apparently they are easier to use than the metal variety. From a Fairchild C 123K Provider to my airfix go to model when the Spitfire and Hurricane models were all gone, the F40 Phantom and several others in between, all lined up in a wind farm which also has four multi spots pitches. The Asahi Dry Black is more a black fizzy larger than a Guinness substitute. There’s an electronic selection box cupboard where vibrators and other toys of all shapes and sizes can be purchased. Frustrating, but not as frustrating as my Garmin edge which has been frozen since before we began riding this morning. After finding the phone box we needed to find a toilet for Chewy. Two fishes a pile of rice, some greens with a chilli sauce, and a cabbage salad with dressing and something which was ribbons of transparent rubbery stuff (not unpleasant but we just don’t know what it was I think possibly a seaweed of some sort) not forgetting the cauldron of soup. This is not going to end well. The kick is good and we don’t have enough time or possession to turn it around. Even when I take the lead to give her cover it’s a struggle for her. There are a few red shirts on the train and we chat to people who have been to Cardiff to watch Japan play Wales, they are now Wales supporters, but there is an alarmingly large amount of yellow shirts making up the crowd. So a stand up wash in the shower waving hello to any passing mermaid through the panoramic windows before I entered the enveloping warmth of the huge bath. It’s incredibly warm as we return to the van and pay the machine the yen it requires to release us. Up a flight of steps. We eventually found our way back onto the subway train to Yokohama. Poached egg sarnies is the request for the morning, with coffee and hot water, Chewy is not a fan of burnt rice tea and to be fair why would you be when it’s absolutely gopping? Several rounds of jam on toast and a jam sandwich to go is the start of the day. We need something to eat and there are a number of outlets but we need to discover when the bus is and if we, with bikes, can get aboard. Next a waterfall massage. No longer adventurers just passengers on a means to an end. In front are an Australian couple and one or two Welsh fans but the stadium has huge blocks of yellow shirted Australians with sporadic red dots everywhere. They will have definitely won the cup according to Inverdale et al?! Five months in and Chewy wants to sleep for a week, I look like a tramp ( I sent a before and after photo to a friend in Australia and said “Penny for a cup of tea?” “Nah” was his reply “you’d only spend it on booze!”, Mad maniacal laughter leaving a hotel is very unnerving for the staff. What follows is an evening of disappointment with the rugby but immense fun with the four of us screaming for Wales and laughing all night long. Back on the route we crack on getting closer to our goal. Kitchen Hygge, apparently there’s one in London and other cities across the world. We wait and wait longer and longer with no sign of the any suitable vehicle. I’m even able to tell Chewy that this was where I first saw the swastika on a sign just as it came into view. We have time to kill, so we ride to the seven eleven for breakfast and food for lunch as well as drinks. Chewy has made it to the lift and I throw in The two wheels before the doors close. The first attempt finds us in the city close to our chosen destination, with a bit of WiFi we make it into the mountains but try as we might we just can not find the large overnight car park with toilets. I wait for Chewy. They meet at the park to worship with Chinese people from the community. Too many homophobic idiots, too much of the stiff upper lip. Oh! The rain has returned we can hear it hammering on the terminal roof. Just one certification centre to go. The first one was correct so we return. The reply was “Well your not going out” well that as me told. We have great seats behind the goal, a long way from the action, not as bad as Italy, nor as distant as Twickenham so that’s good. But we take a stroll across the bridge to the island in front of us with its Yuma Katsura Love Sactuary. Line one to the end of the line and that’s where the bus station is. They really haven’t thought this through. It’s only a short while later while Chewy is driving that we reach a road block. Sharon has woken and left before we stir. He shows us where to park the bikes by the front door under the beady eye of the CCTV and the 24 hour reception. Beer is also slipped into the fridge too. Two lads both Welsh, both retired cops from Dyfed Powys. For James it’s extra special as concluding this ride will make him a Grand Slammer, all the routes completed. There was a platform to the right after the exit so I waited there for Chewy. Past several burial sights and the odd shrine before we hear school children shout konitchiwah from the river bank where we were just standing. When he dies he was either buried at sea or walked in and drowned, it’s a little difficult to work out just from the pictures. Following her instruction we left and find ourselves at the ticket machine where a volunteer helper shows us how to get the tickets we require. The bike drops I remain upright and curse a little curse. This is a beautiful country, emerald walled to a blue or grey sky, with kilometres after kilometres of silver topped brown, green or simply mirrored expanses of waterways. When they fail to do so the ladies with speculum in hand ensure the plantlet finds the home it deserves. Yeoboseyo! You could almost hear the music from the Levi’s 501 ad in the background. Shaun and Huw join us at various points and Owen too. A glorious morning as we set off and for the next four and a half miles so it remained . The nearest one is all stairs but the lift we found is very well guarded as it’s next to the Japanese consulate, and is covered by police , three busses full in fact. The tangerine juice from Jeju is delicious cold from the fridge. Three of the four blokes look like they are about to faint! I think we are making steady progress, the Garmin refuses to move off from telling me it’s on 100% battery power and it’s 08:36! It’s not even nine o’clock. We wait for the lads for thirty minutes but no show so we decide to make our way back along the road to the campsite. It’s a hike to the ground but there’s little else available. An hour later we are sat in the dark having eaten a meal, drinking wine and commenting on what a good place this is tucked away from the world with the flood lights above us switched off. Well almost everything, I am conscious of a vehicle behind us. It’s not just blood alone but the golden plasma which has been forming the scabs as well has been adhering to the fabric. The Registrar of Trade-marks cannot guarantee the a Doesn’t really alter the lovely warming taste. Chewy and I ride through the car park up the ramp and weave our way through the pedestrians. It was part used when I replaced the worn out new one ages ago now after riding in Korea, Japan and back to Korea, its had its day. Clothes are taken by Chewy to the laundrette for a wash this could be our last chance in a while so better make the most of it. Crabs and squid are big business here. But Chewy going nuclear is wasted as he can’t understand anything other than a woman is going crazy as the lights can’t be turned off. At. Oh it did my shoulder ankle and thighs the world of good, you have to be sure to keep the entertainment centre well away from the jets or you could be in trouble due to the ferocity of the water. Sleep calls. This is tsunami country of course and we’ve already seen escape routes and shelters. Another cloudy start to the day but it’s a short one to start with about five miles to the train station. The day is slipping away from us so we decide to return to the apartment even if it means sitting on the stairs with some WiFi to carry out some research. Penultimate stamp, now it is kick on time to the dam. Half a dozen sports cars pass us all the same make and style. My days, the clouds are low this morning. However they do have bikes for hire, actually they are free and power assisted. The disabled man Chewy says looked so hacked off with his fellow citizens. There is something inside but I’ve no idea what it is some small creature which has been cooked but wouldn’t get Bear Grills crossing a beach for. The Irish to our left are miserable as we are supporting the Brave Blossoms! They have a tv but not the pay to view channel. Washing up done and us washed the rain starts as we decide we may as well get to bed. What an amazing time we’ve had here, but more importantly, what fantastic people we have met throughout the country. The day is taken up with enjoying the splendour of the mountains and the glorious red flowers on stalks which are everywhere at the moment. Fifteen minutes is certainly long enough for me. She is struggling with the steep staircase so I walk down and offer my hand which she accepts. The staff are fabulous and make sure the bikes are taken care of . After the pizza and beer it’s time to try and sleep. Twice now we have had a deal here through Booking. There is a metal workers in a street in Cardiff, down from The Crws pub, which I’ve always found rather incongruent in the student quarter. The soup has an incredible sheen on it, like a mirror. The bikes go inside. A chap and his four year old son come in. Oh the relief to have returned safe and sound, feet throbbing like a drum and Wales with a bonus point victory secured early on and dinner now cooking. At the railway station it’s actually starting to feel like a real international rugby match, Advertising, a massive banner of the Webb Ellis Cup, banter, a big crowd chit chat, beer a slow walk. One says it’s up the stairs along here, but we find no stairs another just says ticket no good and smiles. He is interested in me because he likes Wales and the rugby we have played during the RWC. When she returned from the loo she found me fast asleep making my impression of a motorcycle ( it’s not snoring, oh no). When we were drinking in the corner bar in Hiroshima I was speaking to an Australian chap. We have food and drink so spend the day in deck chairs enjoying the view of the birds swooping across the sky in front of us. It’s a camp site near a theme park. Through the corridors past the unwanted duty free to the covered gangway and the lovely welcome from the staff. Many cars and people us the car park over night. It’s cabbage planting season and the ladies, because it is all ladies striving away in the sandy soil of the fields, have marvellous machines which remove the seed plant plugs from the black plastic trays, carefully hold them and deposit them into a home in the mounded earth below. The performance isn’t good but the resolve remains. Beautiful to run on as they provide a bit of bounce to the runner, but hopeless for the cyclist as all the effort is dissipated through the surface. The electricity supply is one of the ugliest imaginable, despoiling the streets and its a very low grey cloud which does nothing to help the mood. A funny sort of day, we woke around 6 as I said in the last blog post with daylight streaming through the white roller blind. We make our way through the empty streets to the huge bike path two lanes in each direction wide enough for a car and a couple of moped and us. So we left the path and rode along the road to a place we would never have gone to, all Korean no pictures and looking a bit rough. Tomo is not happy, mine is fine but Chewys front calliper is sticking he says. One exhibit starts with Japan started the war, which really didn’t come across at Hiroshima. The one we had on since we left which was new is bald now across the centre inch and a half. Again when the front wheel is coming off the ground it’s time for me to get off and push. I spot the ticket booth and the two chaps inside after parking the bikes. Not the one in our motel room last night. After breakfast and packing we left to enjoy the mornings ride. Its the grand opening today and as loyal customers after showing our receipt we are the proud owners of a new bag for life. Sunday morning is taken up with making the bikes whole once more. It’s miserable, grey, dank and drizzling but we are flying along and I love it. Finally match day how long have we waited for this? Go Pros help section is useless too, I’m still waiting to be connected to an advisor! Leaving the following morning the weather is ok but colder than we have been used to with clouds filling the now grey sky. A road station is recommended and we arrive but the look on our faces is mirrored. Chewy is able to sit down on the metro the bikes in front of her and I remain standing for the duration of the journey to hell, aka Tokyo station. I bloody love this, all the muscles are as warm as they are going to get, the traffic is ok, the road is rolling so I can use momentum for a while at least and then power to the crest. Riding back we stop off at the supermarket for tonight’s dinner sushi, battered prawns a selection of pastries pancake rolls dumplings and salads all reduced by 40% well it would have been rude not to help them out. With the rolling motion both our eyelids began to gain weight and it was obvious we needed to change from this sedentary position. Chewy did some great research while watching our underclothes going round and round in the washing machine this morning. Chewy totally hates it. Up the escalator manhandle the bike to the next line and the saddle pops one of its runners. Bags returned and replaced on the bikes, we leave them with customs. It’s moved and the bikes are in. We snap up two of them and a couple of beers. Around eleven thirty we are not far from the next certification point when we pass another cyclist. All packed the night before, the yoghurt and coffee breakfast, standard now, was fine. As I entered the whole world went black, I could still see the exit of course it wasn’t far away but the darkness became overwhelming. A ferociously hot metal bowl full of vegetables and meat and a raw egg which you mix together with the hot sauce, which cooks in the heat of the metal bowl. It’s become dusk she is tired. Why they were there I’ll never know, it must have been soul destroying for the woman running it all. Perhaps they carry out gynaecology examinations during the afternoon? I have no idea if they are dragonflies damselflies, or simply flamboyant butterflies, but I do know they are magnificent creatures. What surprised me was that it took another hour to be past all the fishing boats earning their keep that night. I said at the time of purchase that I wouldn’t be the one doing the prep and I’m sticking to my guns, cooking them in the dark is fine. But every cloud has a Starbucks with WiFi and a hot drink enabling us to catch up with our offspring and friends before the hour has past and we catch the return bus. £35 for a new one so what can I do apart from say yes? I’d never get up again if I sat on them. Blimey we have found a diamond, she is excellent. I’m drained, totally shattered and drained by the emotion of being stuffed and on the rack to securing victory. It’s so hot my Dogtag is burning my chest so I have to remove it and hold it in my hands. A large pool fills the room space and there is a door to an outside pool and resting area. With my hands clasped together I dig my elbows in as far as they will go in an attempt to halt the slide and amazingly it works. FOR SALE: New Orthofeet shoes, women’s, black, 7WW, $75. One gives Chewy an apple, such, kindness. At Isa Nakagawa, where we alight, we are immediately identified as “people of interest” by the station guard. Earlier in the week before we started the east coast rides while we were having crab donuts and coffee in Paris Baguette in Yeongdeok-gun, we did what I’d always promised we would do. It’s a long journey today to our chosen site. But what follows puts me a hairs breadth from lamping the receptionist. There is no comfortable position anywhere, sitting, standing or lying down. Delicious. At a rest stop another palm sized spider had cast its web and rests in the dew covered centre. A clean bed is the best part of the day. Naturally I decline and brush it off, she swoons as she leaves. It’s a twenty five minute walk from being deposited at the bus park to the ground. We find them and get a glimpse of the stadium. Be careful the door doesn’t hit you on the arse on the way out sir I’m guessing. The sunset last night was very dramatic and we are too late for sunrise but the clouds are very beautiful in the middle of the sea. The shower is good though and we are soon in bed. It’s mawkishness sentimental, basing the majority of the exhibitions on the demise of children, a school wasn’t that far from the hyper centre , and many children were being used to tear down buildings to create a fire break. We need to get some energy drink for the rest of the ride and ask James if there is anything he’d like. A set of rugby posts are not however so it’s great to see them in a riverside park. A van arrives carrying two people for the Oita Tourist board fearing the worst we hit the charm offensive but there’s no need, they confirm that the beach is open for us for the weekend, I show her the note from last night and she says it’s nothing to worry about so it’s photos all round and crack open the beer and wine. Another certification centre before we cycle through “the bamboo forest” actually it’s just a load of bamboo planted either side of the trail but it’s very effective as a wind barrier but sadly not against the rain which starts to bucket down. A small large man joined us, an ex prop forward from Tokyo here for business returning tomorrow on the bullet train. Meantime as that’s going around we head for the supermarket where I get to watch the fishmongers artistry making sashimi, it tastes incredible too. The two men inside are so pleased to see anyone let alone westerners who attempt to converse with them in Japanese that one of them makes us a gift of a fan each. outside is still, the light of day streaming through the white roller blind. As we get out of the station it begins to rain and I suffer a wardrobe malfunction. By the time we get to Tokyo I’ve had enough of trains. Both lads are great fun and more-so after a few beers. A penalty to the Boks, a long kick, a line out, they play for a penalty and Jerome Garces falls for it. The estuary looks very different this morning with the tide out. . The next trail starting point isn’t far away but it’s late now and may be dark by the time, oh bugger it let’s go for it! 1914 but before that he led a peasants revolt against the Japanese. Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more. I explain the situation. I’m really enjoying the water until I feel the Go Pro in my hand feeling warm. The fish in the custard is the injuries mounting up, but oh the relief the overwhelming feeling of relief that we have progressed and now have to face the Boks, South Africa in Yokohama. More I,potently they’ve got great coffee packs. I hand the phone back within seconds they are roaring with laughter when they find my ugly mug staring back at them. When we hit the first certification point we had rain, which was disappointed it wasn’t ice or snow pouring all over us from clouds of a clerical grey hue. The wildlife is few and far between. Perhaps I was looking at the museum exhibits and exhibition wrongly, it’s about the explosion of the first nuclear bomb in anger rather than the war nevertheless I did leave feeling rather disappointed at the failure to accept any responsibility and the lack of clarity for visitors. And we are the only people around to see it, the path is all ours. Straight into a bag on the side of the machine he’s driving. Ok gripe over. We discover that poor old Joe Grundy has passed away, to be found in bed by his son Eddy. But we have the final stamp in the passport .The Four Rivers Path and more is complete, we have done it. Chewy reckons it was the salami packet hidden in the white trousers which made it difficult to look elsewhere. That done we are ready to take on the climb of the day. 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