When can you say that you know a thing?
Children full of curiosity start assuming a know-it-all attitude as they grow up.
At a lesser-known hot spring in the mountains, think about the philosophical question.
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Are human beings only the creatures that soak in hot springs?
It is not true.
In Japan, wild monkeys enjoy the hot water, whose sight is very popular among tourists.
In Hawaii, on the other hand, you can soak in springs with tropical fish and even with marine turtles (with any luck).
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What is so dangerous?
Every year the trail to the hot spring is closed from May 15 through October 1.
The penalty up to $5,000 and 6 months in jail will be imposed on violators.
Nevertheless, you have to be grateful to be alive.
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Where do you think is the safest spot to see lava flows?
It is Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
Around the mountain, hot springs are gushing.
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Do you know a famous Chinese proverb, things present are judged by the things past?
Visiting the oldest hot spring in the United States, I realized the hidden meaning.
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Is what you think the common rule truly widely accepted?
Albert Einstein said:
“Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.”
A pubic bathhouse in California reminded me of the word of wisdom.
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What is the purpose for soaking in hot springs?
Is it to get rid of tiredness?
Today I will visit a hot spring where definitely causes fatigue after 12 hours’ hiking.
The paradoxical place may offer instructive insight.
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