Apa Hotel Karuizawa Ekimae Karuizawaso
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... the halfway point of the trip and here I am now, wide awake, unable to fall back asleep, my butt quite numb. I <i>almost</i> caved in and bought an in-flight wifi pass, but quickly reconsidered, and decided to type instead. This trip is taking FOR-EV-ER. I am very ready to get out of the air and reunite with Terence but that reality still seems so far away! The in-flight map is telling me that there are still FOUR HOURS that remain before we even get to Tokyo and from there ...
We made it to the cruise after taking a taxi from Yokohama train station in powering rain. In fact we sheltered in the underground food cafes for a few hours first as were way to early..
This was an exercise in precise travel agent planning as the flight arrived at 6am, I knew it would be a couple of hours to the port and boarding was lunchtime. A bit risky really, I normally recommend my clients to book a nights hotel ...
... back in Japan. I've not been here since 99 I worked out. Rachelle said it was 2000 she was last here. The memory is still remarkably fresh though. It's a very friendly and safe place. The food is delicious, the culture is curious and modern, yet ancient temples are always nearby. Anyway I'm being told to get going out of this cafe and to keep exploring.
... for leaving Japan. Our time here has been too short. The country is beautiful, interesting and overflowing with culture. The people are exceptionally nice, especially when dealing with Josh's constant attempts at Japanese conversation. For those who worried Josh would be let down after so many years of hype you can rest assured, it far exceeded them. There is so much more to do in Japan and we're both excited for the next visit ...
... a fantastic dinner in the old district of Kyoto which looks like with was plucked straight from the 17th century. Shoes off, sitting on futon. We had Shabu Shabu which is like a Japanese meat fondue with boiling broth. Our second day of Kyoto we saw nijo castle kinkau-ji temple and daisen-in temple and a bamboo forest (all amazing). That evening we had Ramen though from a fast food restaurant so we were both disappointed. Our third day we went to another ...