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... they are used to people and just walk right near you. A treat was seeing 2 of the young ones swimming and playing in the pool, just like little kids. They swim under water and squabble just like human kids. They spend a lot of time grooming each other. We could have stayed all day as they were so entertaining. How do monkeys turn adults into smiling idiots? Took trillions of photos of course. Next stop was the lovely traditional town ...
... in a shop front, amazing French bread and pastry shop, and all sorts of specialist crafts such as custom made chopsticks. The streetscaping is also beautifully done. Best of all it was not crowded. The temple area was worth a look. I did the cleansing ritual again, burnt incense and rubbed the Buddha to try and find a miracle cure for my upper respiratory infection. Anything is worth trying at this stage! They hang woven sandals at the temple gate as a wish for ...
... salad, pumpkin soup, pork tenderloin and apple compote for dessert. The dessert even came with a special greeting as I had been chatting with my friendly server, Fidea. Fidea was originally from Tanzania, married a Japanese man and has been in Japan now for 19 years. She speaks fluent Japanese and a little English. To make the day even better, the whole meal came to 3,000 yen or about CDN $35, an unbelievable price for the quality of the food and the ...
... tub or having fun with the lady monkeys, it would be a no-brainer.
It was a little over 20 km from the train station to get to Yudanaka and the snow monkeys and I took a route that ran up by the side of the mountain and through fields of fruit trees. The view of the valley below and the mountains rising sharply above it was gorgeous.
With no luck at the snow monkey park, I headed back to the train station to get my gear out from ...
The minshuku was in O Tsumago. The town 2 km before Tsumago! Japanese-style Room /Located along the Nakasendo trail in the post-town of Tsumago-juku, Daikichi is run by three generations of the same family and is one of the family-run minshuku we use in ...
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