A picture with marine transportation in musi river, heading downstream and upstream. Local logistic boat called "jukung", coal barge, self-propelled oil barge, ro-ro (car carrier) vessel, cargo vessel, etc.
This is Boom-Baru, the biggest and busiest port in the city.
Look how beautiful this little town is, covered in fluffy snow and tucked away in the mountains of Yamagata Prefecture. Ginzan Onsen is known as one of Japan's prettiest onsen towns with ryokan set alongside the river. Ginzan Onsen literally translates to "Silver Mountain Hot Spring," and the snow really looks silver during winter. Visit now to see this amazing Insta-worthy little town for yourself! Photo by @ccseyes#VisitJapanAU
Cycling around New Zealand Day 13: Mahau sound-Nelson, 100kms. Distance 1020kms.
We're now seriously cycling to the golden bay. We could straight away see the difference with the north Island : quieter roads, lack of towns and more mountains to climb.
Nelson is a cool town where I could see myself staying for quite some time. It's the first cathedral that I actually visit in the country. Nothing special about it but it's nice to see some old stuff. Unfortunately we couldn't hike around the hills due to fire prevention.
Miyazu 🇯🇵 being Nelson's sister city, there is a Japanese garden that's worth visiting. Funny fact: I actually cycled through Miyazu 2 years ago.