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... at a riverside picnic. We finished our exploring with a stroll through the local souvenir shops.
Mike and Will both fell asleep on the second train getting home. Lots of Japanese people sleep on the train, so they fit in fine. Will was so exhausted that he slept through the train transfer and the final stint to our station. I reflected on our day and realized that I should take the bus more often. Will loves it and it will expand the places we can see without ...
... beautiful and varied hike from Tsumago to Nojiri. There is an alternative option with just 1 hour of walking instead. The trail travels through small valleys and past forests of bamboo and Japanese cedar, through some of the least-developed scenery on the tour. Continue by train to Kiso-Fukushima. Stay at a lovely hot spring ryokan set in a remote valley above the town (complimentary pick-up from the station is provided by the ryokan). The ...
... and completed in 2007. At the end was an interesting little exhibition outlining how the Sekisho worked. Leading up to the Sekisho is a parade of magnificent Cedar trees, aged over four hundred years old. Before heading back to the warm and dry of our Inn, we visited an old Shinto Shrine with a floating red torii (gate) in Lake Ashi.
Well, we're now back in Tokyo and I think we may weaken and have some "western" food! It's still overcast and probably a day for a bit of ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... I was listening to the piano version of the songs while I was studying for my last exams.
Monday, 24. August
The morning was very lazy for me. I woke up early because there were no blinds and the sun here in Japan rises very early, around 05:00. Around 09:00 I got up and went to the private onsen. There you have to wash yourself first at the shower next to the onsen, because you have to be completely clean to enter the hot water. But the ...