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Well today was an early start, breakfast at 6.45 and then we departed for the airport at 7.30. We negotiated the rush hour Metro and experienced pushing ourselves on to the train with large suitcases. Our flight was delayed for about half an hour, and we eventually arrived in Abashiri. At first we thought it wasn't very cold, but when the sun went in the temperature dropped to -9 in a very short time. There is ...
... luggage* which I'm pretty sure who were to blame. We landed at Memanbetsu safely with the bicycles. As we started unpacking and reassembling the bikes a huge bus stopped in front of us and somehow kept the groaning engine running. My bf who is prone to the noise got annoyed which made me annoyed which ended up having us in the first small crash in the trip. We rode towards Bihoro any ways and had a lunch at a soba plus sushi place. The fish in the sushi ...
... to us has internet and a kitchen we can use all day.
Today we decided to rent some bikes and cycle around, enjoy the sunshine, get some exercise, be outdoors, not think too much! The weather has been on our side for the first time in a long time, hurray sunshine and no rain!!
... style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0); font-family: arial, helvetica, clean, sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; ">Today i decided to rent some bikes and cycle around, enjoy the sunshine, get some exercise, be outdoors, not think too much! The weather has been on our side for the first time in a long time, hurray sunshine and ...
... town surrounded by mountains next to the lake, couldn't ask for a better setting. Other than the rain and fog, so glad i came to Akan which has one of the biggest communities of Ainus left in Japan. I kicked off by climbing Mount Oakan (1371meters) took me 6 hours (i climb fast but i turn into a turtle when it's time to descent). I then decided to feast on a 100yen pot noodles once back (you can't really eat while trekking because it ...