Monday, April 11, 2022

Exploring Kyushu, a never ending story, part 13

We like to share with you 
what we like to do.
Some more Billie Bee On the Move pictures.


Yappari Beppu.
Normal sighting in the city of Beppu.
Nothing to worry, just releasing some steam by Mother Earth.
Come and visit Kyushu.

Yappari Hoarfrost.
Be There !! to experience this frozen dew phenomenon.
Often found in spring at higher altitudes, like here at Mt.Kirisihima in Kagoshima.

Yappari Sakura.
Still thinking about that camper road-trip in Kyushu this spring?

Catching the last rays of winter.
Spring, we are ready for you !
As seen at Ariake Sea.

Round-trip into the Heart of Kyushu.
Those days we campered around with a Toyota Estima.
It was fun, but our Billie Bee Bus has more comfort.

Yappari Camper Paradise.
Truly, Japan is a camper paradise. Not only out in nature, but also at parking areas like this, it's superb.
Manners do apply, like: don't bbq and make trouble to other people.
Btw, isn't that some amazing infrastructure?

Yappari Camper.
Still contemplating what to do for your annual leave?

Thought you would like to know what our backyard looked like ;-) In this case Aso-Kuju National Park.
So...what do you think?

Yappari Snug.
Birdwatching from the inside of the camper bus.
All the more cozy πŸ˜‰

Yappari Capsule Hotel.
Japan is famous for its capsule hotels. But be assured, a stay in one of our campervans is so much more comfortable :-)
Rental camper, way to go.
(Location: Kochi Prefecture, picture by Marijke)

Yappari Plum Blossoms.
It's white and pink all over the place.
Happy colors to lift us out of the winter mood.

Yappari Bamboo η«Ή.
It's not only Kyoto that has beauty (but for sure it has the crowds).
This magic bamboo forest is located in rustic Kagoshima.
Sublime camper country !

Yappari What's-up.

Yappari Road Trip.
It's not always blue skies and sunshine.
But it's definite very comfy to take a camper road trip in Mysterious Shikoku.

Yappari Castles.
Flashback to our trip in Shikoku.
Kochi Castle.
Always rewarding to walk the surroundings of a Japanese castle. These lords knew how to settle regarding of location and architecture.

Yappari Go Rural.
During our camper road trip in Kagoshima, we spotted this unfortunate mailbox. Not doing too well.
Due to the digi-mail virus?
Odaijini – γŠε€§δΊ‹γ« (γŠγ γ„γ˜γ«)
Get better soon, neh.

Yappari Go Rural.
Look what we found next?
A Yellow Mailbox. What a treasure and still on duty :-)

Yappari Go Rural.
By now we have been Out and About (as in traveling the globe) 
for almost 40 years.
Grateful for all the postal services around the world.
Happy to see this JP mailbox reminding us of yesteryears.

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