Thinking about cooling down from the blistering heat and escaping Tokyo’s concrete jungle? Think no more and head over to Moriya Beach.
This little chunk of Japan’s Pacific Coast is located in Katsuura, Chiba Prefecture, approximately 110 km from Tokyo and accessible either by car or by train (final destination is JR Katusaokitsu Station). It is a great spot for sunbathing, hanging out with friends, and cooling down with a swim around the reefs.
If snorkelling is your thing, Moriya’s waters do not disappoint and you can catch a wide array of marine life, including some speedy squid and beautiful jelly fish (careful with those stingers).
So wait no more and don’t let the hot weather get to you. Moriya awaits!
So it seems that we are now in the clear in Canada and the bbq and patio season is here to stay. Time to finally call up your friends or gathered your loved ones and head outdoors to enjoy the endless list of activities on offer as the summer solstice arrives yet one more time.
If you happen to be in the Golden Horseshoe region of Ontario and are trying to figure out which festivals not to miss this season, then pay close attention. Your to-do list must include the Hamilton James Street Supercrawl. You heard right…HAMILTON!
Heading into its 6th season, the Supercrawl showcases the local artistic and cultural community of this historic and up-and-coming neighbourhood. Having set a record attendance (100,000 people), the Supecrawl hosts musicians, artists, local business owners, chefs, and an all-ages crowd of people just looking to have a good time. Just wonder up and down good old St. James Street and you’ll be sure to find a delicious treat, a compelling art performance, some folky tunes, or just a wall to draw on and really get involve.
So mark down your calendars: September 12-14, 2014. Believe me…you don’t wanna miss it! For more information on these year’s music and performance lineup visit http://www.supercrawl.ca