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... onsen was calling me. I had loved them last time in Japan. I went in the indoor one first... nothing like a soak in mid forties water to sooth & relax. Then I went into the outdoor onsen. The cool wind above and piping hot water was so invigorating! I even sat outside the water to cool down a little (in 9 degrees in the nude). Very refreshing! So now it's time for bed - on our futon mattresses on tatami mat floors. Hope mums snoring doesn't keep me ...
... 5 other hikers. Only near the suspension bridges there were some crowds, since many touring car operators used it as a convenient resting place on their way to the south-most point of the peninsula.
Once I completed the trail, it was still early in the morning. More than enough time to climb Komuro-yama, which is the smaller brother of the earlier mentioned vulcano. Not much to see there, though at he foot of this mountain ...
... ravines, autumn leaves and traditional Japanese houses that I had imagined would scatter the country side. The speed train was fast, quiet, spacious seats (on a standard ticket) and left on time. On arrival to Hakone we walked twenty minutes up a winding hill to our hotel to discover there is a 100 yen ($1) bus that goes from our hotel to the bus station on a loop! We used that bus for all future trips. ...
Here the hot springs, erupting geysers and bubbling pools of boiling mud dominate a fascinating landscape. We take the Hakone rope way from Sounzan down to Togendai on lake Ashinoko. We take a boat journey around the lake which is a water filled volcanic crater with a circumference of 18K. We are now making our way to Tokyo by ...
... of the mountain. Far earlier than planned we set off for Hakone and had some lunch before going up the Hakone sky gondola to the Owakudani Valley. Here we went for a walk up to where the geothermal activity was taking place so we could see the sulphur clouds hard boiling eggs and turning them black. It reminded me a lot of Rotorua in New Zealand. We descended back down the mountain on the coach ready to get on our pirate boat across Lake Ashi. From here you ...