Autumn Splendour – Japan by Bike Pt. 14

Mornin'

Mornin’

No problems again from my rather ambitious camping spot.  I even had time to procrastinate and try and perfect a Facebook pout, initially I was trying for a MySpace emo picture but I just couldn’t pull it off.

I am Fabio, the most beautiful man in the Cosmos.

I am Fabio, the most beautiful man in the Cosmos.

Not bad for 7am and almost a week without a shower.  If you’re wondering about hygiene my grooming consisted of showering with wet wipes, it actually worked pretty well but I guess you struggle to smell yourself 😛

The whole reason I came to Kanazawa was for the Kenrokuen Gardens, famed across Japan as the prettiest gardens and renowned for their exceptional beauty during Autumn.  I may be on to a winner here.

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This was the entrance.

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A bit of movement.

Click on it to see a bit of movement.

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I like to think of this as an Ent's foot.

I like to think of this as an Ent’s foot.

Japan Day 16 40Japan Day 16 45japan120japan121Japan Day 16 65Sorry for the over indulgence but it was quite a pretty place.  To juxtapose all this, upon leaving Kanazawa the land was quite bare and barren as Autumn was winding down.

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The edge of the road.

The edge of the road.

Japan Day 16 81From here I headed into the city of Osaka, back to the crazy traffic and lights of Neo Japan.  It was time to put my feet up, have a shower and have a conversation with someone using my words, not my charade skills.

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4 thoughts on “Autumn Splendour – Japan by Bike Pt. 14

  1. Pingback: Caves and the Oldtown – Japan by Bike Pt. 13 | figo's fromagio

  2. Pingback: Bender and the Osaka Aquarium – Japan by Bike Pt. 15 | figo's fromagio

  3. What a beautiful place. Worth the rainy ride. Thanks for a very straightforward and candid posts. For some reason I can’t stop reading, I read all parts of the Japan trip in one go. Sign of a good travel blog. Happy and safe travels to you.

  4. Wow. I read all of this Japan trip in one go also. This was amazing. The writing and photos go great together. If there was money in it, I would say you should have become a photo journalist, it’s clear to me you are born to be one. Great travel blog.

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