Hakuba Powder Lodging
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... me onto the bus bound for kanbayashi onsen. Similarly to the previous two days the weather was miserable on the 40 minute bus ride, with clouds hanging low over the mountains that surround Nagano. This made me thankful that I had decided against visiting Mt Fuji today as it would have been totally immersed in cloud. It was a nice journey into the mountains, however the rain outside was getting heavier by the minute, as predicted by ...
... That whole meal cost 610yen (AUD$6.70) between the both of us. So far, this is the cheapest meal that we have had short of the odd sandwich or so. Unfortunately, we had to stop at a supermarket and ended up with yet another box of chocolates and a packet of the mochi dessert. Hopefully, all the walking that we have been doing will negate what we are eating.
Back to the hotel for more laundry and blogging.
... walk through the winter walk where workers have to walk for 20km for 6 hours. There was a monkey sitting on the top of the stairs so it became a choice of whether we wanted a photo of the monkey or that of a train going over the red bridge. In the end, the train on the bridge won out.
We came out at near the red bridge to see the first train go over the bridge. After that, we walked on a bush track and on to an ...
... finish them and most of us gave our extras to Joseph, who was pretty hungry as it was close to 3pm.
We returned to the hotel for a nap. The bad thing about staying at a ryokan is that there is no bed. The futons are rolled up during the day and rolled out for us during dinner. Joseph and to drag out two futons for me to nap in. Slept for about an hour and woke up just in time to have a shower and to go down for ...
... off at the second last stop and then spend about 40 minutes at the station before returning. The carriages on the way up were covered but on the return, they were open. We were hoping that the typhoon would not hit earlier than expected.
Luckily, Owen had given instructions to Ray as to when to get off and the times etc as no one else seemed to know. We were split into two carriages. The views were magnificent and the rain ...