APA Hotel Toyama-Ekimae
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... of birds here as well. Finally i reached the Lookout, its a pity that it was cloudy, as it obscured the view of the magnificent alps.
Made it back to Toyama and headed to the train station to meet up with Shauna and John who have travelled from Tokyo.
Today we all head up the mountains to see the snow tunnel. I have already seen it by myself, and decide to see it again with Shauna and John. The weather is looking good. The travel time is a lot ...
Heavy dinner again with even more food than the previous night. Unbelievable food. The rice had been harvested only a few days ago. I have not tasted rice this good before. Needless to say, I couldn't eat the sashimi and couldn't offload it to anyone else. I did boil one piece of tuna in the soup and it tasted OK.
The big boss of the ryokan, usually a woman, came out to thank us for staying. I guess she ...
... we were early and the rooms weren't ready, we opted to take the small Kurobe Gorge Railway train up to the gorge. Five didn't go. We had left John and Joan back at the previous train stop as they are an older couple and did not want to stay in a ryokan. There were 16 of us going and Owen was going to stay behind. In order to return back to the hotel in time for dinner at 6.30pm, we could not go right to the end of the line. We had ...
... people waiting to checkin, while there are 3-4 counters) at check in. What kind of hotel is it? Not a big one, but perhaps the timing (6 in the evening), many business people checking in. It's good to have a sink in the room, beside the bed. We got to drink some tea together and chat.
The next morning we bid farewell to our friends, and started our driving journey. Certainly nervous at first, paying ...
... language to say hello in...and it's raining.
- Stakes used for tying down various tarps which leap out and grab your pants legs, bite your ankles or shins and are especially perfect for wrapping toes around.
- Random and sometimes large holes in the ground...where the stake used to be, but is no longer. Great for falling in, especially when filled with water.
- Port-o-potties. Enough said.