Ajimu Kamenoi Hotel
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... budge! We will try and find out.
We went into one of the local eating places for lunch. They have a system where you buy a ticket for what you want to eat - there are pictures available to help you with your choice. We were helped by the waitress who worked there, who was from Nepal, living in Japan while studying Japanese. she told us she worked 50 hours a week and considered herself well paid. Goodness knows when she had time to study. She spoke very good English ...
... our fingers.
The onsen itself was a the foot of a mountain, through some winding roads and tucked in the middle of nowhere. It looked like it'd be perfect for a relaxing soak. We went on a refreshingly clear night, with just a slight breeze. Perfect for onsen.
And there it was, a sign plastered on the door in friendly letters, "No Tattoos."
****. I frantically pulled my leggings down around my ankles and looked at my friend. We'd try anyways.
We've had an amazingly epic adventure and are feeling very mixed emotions! Our last day was as extreme as Japan seems to be. The hotel owner very kindly offered us a five minute drive to see Mount Fuji this morning before we headed off to tokyo. An extraordinary mountain and active volcano which last erupted in 1708. It has quite an impact with its beautiful curving sides and ...
We caught a bus through the snowy hills to the cable car that took us over 3000 metres into the Japanese Alps. Spectacular views at the top and a walk amongst paths carved through the deep, snow walls. Stunning pine trees covered in icicles and glistening snow. What a treat ...
... I could do what my heart already had decided before I even arrived. I could re-contract. I could stay... and it'd be okay.
I could stay.
I signed papers...I pressed my Japanese binding seal of bright red ink to the bottom right corner.
My heart slowed, I breathed deep, the tension broke, the panic dissolved, the red ink dried and set, sinking into the contract.....and I smiled.
Minnesota, see you in August....2016.