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William Mackesy's account of this walk. This is how the Nakahechi trail was for our group of 12 middle-agers in June 2015. Day 1 - Koyasan. This is a slightly funny day's walking, a steep clamber on the old womens' route around the perimeter hills of one of Japan's greatest Buddhist temple complexes, then a meander through its heart.
Search for saltwater crocodiles and the colourful range of birdlife for which this region is renowned. After lunch, stop at Nourlangie, where your guide will lead you on a walk to view the rock.
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Sobre o patuá / About the patuá. The Macanese patois (patuá in Portuguese, papia Macaísta in Macanese) is one of the so-called Creole languages which are broadly described as stable languages that evolved from several influences.It is based on Portuguese with admixtures mainly of Malay, Sinhalese and Cantonese. There is an excellent introduction to the patuá in the blog: Como Tá Vai?