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Winnie
Enjoy a leisurely time at the shallow sea fishing park~
Take the train and get off at the Asahi Hot Spring Station, which is very close to the beach.
Walk over and see the Cote d'Azur and the small islands in the distance and the torii on the island.
[Shallow Sea Fishing Park] Fishing here is very pleasant. From May to October, the fish in the sea is very rich, oil, squid, seaweed, grouper, squid...
especially The sea here is calm and the bait is thrown down. The fish scorpion gathers and bites the hook.
Tickets are 120 yen. Fishing gear and bait are available for 480 yen. You can take the fish for free when you are not in the time. You can cook for free in your local hotel.
is too suitable for family fun to enjoy the fun of nature~

nearby food tips:
about 5 minutes walk from the seaside fishing park, there is a here The net red restaurant [Hefei House canteen] is very popular and even ranks big.
The owner is a local fisherman, so the ingredients are absolutely fresh and high quality. The store is full of retro sense of the dining hall in the Showa era.
Tuna is the most popular, full of weight, the selection of a small bowl is also full of fish, cost-effective. The fish is soft and the oily mouth is full of flavor.
Posted: Sep 5, 2019
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Cradle Mountain National Forest is located in Tasmania, Australia. As early as 35,000 years ago, Tasmanian aborigines explored here. In winter, there are snow-capped mountains and mountains, and there are streams of tumbling waves in summer. A wide variety of wild animals and plants in the forest park are scattered throughout the virgin forest, and it is possible to see the endangered "Tasmanian demon" - the bag. In 2013, Cradle Mountain National Forest Park also established a friendly scenic relationship with Jiuzhaigou Scenic Spot in China.
You must buy a ticket to enter Cradle Mountain. The hotel you stay in is the starting point of the Cradle Mountain hiking route, but you must return one kilometer to the Cradle Mountain Visitor Center. The car can drive into the Cradle Mountain Scenic Area, but the staff repeatedly wants to avoid it. Come to the car.
Tickets: Adults are 16.5 Australian dollars and cars are 33 Australian dollars. It is limited to one car and two people, and there is no double charge.
Cradle Mountain has a lot of hiking routes. There is no such thing as a good view and the best. It feels very beautiful. Depending on your physical strength and time, most of them will choose to walk around the lake. The lake is blue and the mountain is snowy. The blue sky and white clouds above the head (when the luck is good), the mountain winds face, I feel really comfortable.
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Located in the east coast of Tasmania, Flame Bay was once one of the top ten must-see areas of the LP judges in 2009. The 29-kilometer stretch of the beach in the Bay of Flames is full of fiery red stones. It looks like a burning flame.

However, the dark clouds rolled over the day we went, the sea was white, and the sea was shot. The legendary white sand beach and the clear blue water we can't see, but in the rain stop, I accidentally experienced the magical scenery of the Flame Bay. Although I didn't see the sunrise of the Flame Bay, I was a little sorry, but the Bay of Fire after the sunrise was equally beautiful. It was just a burst of madness that blows me up and danced, and it was reflected in the splendid sky and colorful. Boulders, like the effect of magical blockbusters. Orange-red stones, like burnt by flames. Red rocks and white sand beaches are the hallmarks of this. The fineness of white sand is like stepping on the flour, and the surrounding rocks and horns are full of iconic orange-red lichens, which are like fires in the sunlight. What's more interesting is the lagoon that forms naturally here. The water is very shallow and children can play inside. The sea is crystal clear, with blue at different depths from far to near. From a distance, the fiery granite boulder is accompanied by clear blue water, and the contrast of vivid colors brings a wonderful visual enjoyment. It is rated as the most worthy bay in Tasmania.
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The flame is not a single bay, but a series of superb beaches, going north from Tanner's Bay on the east coast of Tasmania, stretching for about 20 kilometers, up to Eddystone Point, along the natural bays and beaches, with white sand, red rocks and blue The blue waters are known and are known by many to be the best beaches in Tasmania.
Red Rock and White Beach are the symbols here. The fineness of white sand is like stepping on the flour, while the surrounding rocks and horns are full of iconic orange-red lichens, which are like being burnt in the sun. General. The sea is crystal clear, with blue at different depths from far to near. From a distance, the fiery granite boulder is complemented by clear blue waters, and the contrast of vivid colors brings a wonderful visual experience. It is definitely the most worthy bay in Tasmania. The reason for
flame bay is not color. Early explorers named the indigenous bonfire on the coast. LP also said that the name is very unreliable, because the bay has nothing to do with the flame, but this does not hinder her charming beauty.
The red stone of the Flame Bay is said to be caused by some kind of algae, and this algae only lives in Tasmania. I don't know if the rumors are true, but the beauty of the Flame Bay is well-deserved. To some extent Say I like Flame Bay and even more than Wineglass Bay and Cradle Mountain, but it's also related to the weather...
How to get to Flame Bay: Flame Bay is not far from St. Helens, driving from St. Helens is about a dozen Minutes
Flame Bay Address: Bay of fires
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