Perfect Weekend in Fukuoka: Drinking, Dancing, Hiking, History, and so Much More...


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September 28th 2005
Published: March 12th 2006
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For my four-day weekend I decided to take off down to Kyushu. The original intention was to hike some more (possibly Aso-san, the largest caldera in the world) and meet up with my friend Jonathan. It quickly involved meeting up with many other people and turning into a fabulous trip...although I think I needed another vacation after!!! It included, hiking, shrines, boat cruises, drinking, dancin... Read Full Entry



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So peaceful
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Another boat cruiser
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Yanagawa

My boat
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Hiko-san

Stirling and I at the beginning of the hike
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Hot Stuff Stirling
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View hiking with this friendly dog we met on the trail
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Sacred Temple along the trail
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An "easy" hike in Japan



25th September 2011

Mt. Hiko-hike
I agree with you! The hike up to the summit of Hiko is not easy, unless maybe you are a more than average hiker and do lots of leg workouts! I don't think the average hiker would be able to scale those rocks using chains! I made it but most people I know wouldn't be able to do that hike. Happy hiking!!

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