Friday, August 3, 2018

South from Saiki: Day 17 of my walk around the Kyushu Pilgrimage


heading south out of Saiki, my next stop would be Nobeoka, and I had a couple of choices of route. Probably the prettiest would be the coast road, but I opted for the inland route over the mountains, pretty much following the rail line, as it would save me 20k. I left at sunrise.


The route went upstream one of the tributaries of the Banjo River. There was nothing of note along the route that I planned to visit.


I stopped in at a couple of interesting looking temples, and quite a lot of shrines.


Pointing to some kind of forest park, this giant Stag Beetle was a curious sight. It was still the height of the cherry blossom season. By sunset I had gone over the pass and was on my way down the Kitagawa River which would take me all the way to Nobeoka.


1 comment:

  1. The pictures are so beautiful.
    Arigato
    Canh Quan

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