Atami Seaside Spa & Resort
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... village streets in the magical quiet of the evening, wearing the yukata gown supplied by your inn.
Nakasendo Day 2 - Tsumago to NojiriLonger Option :
Walking distance : 18.4km
Elevation gain : 723m of ascent and 644m of descent
Time required : About 6 hoursShorter Option :
Walking distance : 3.7km
Elevation gain : 101m of ascent and 117m of descent
Time required : About 1 hoursThe longest day (about 6 hours) ...
... devoted to the goddess Kannon. She is the goddess of mercy and has 11 additional heads on the top of her head. In one of the temple buildings there is an absolutely stunning statue of Kannon: 30 feet tall and covered in gold leaf. The statue was made in the 700s and it was covered in gold leaf in 1342. Unfortunately they don’t let anyone take pictures of the statue. It was beautiful.
We also went to Daibutsu, the Great Buddha of Kamakura. This is a ...
... I spent the next two days wallowing in the above-mentioned pity party.
By Thursday, I knew it was time to snap out of it. A couple weeks ago, I'd booked Will in the CDC and planned an adult only lunch with some friends. It could not have come at a better time. We feasted on shabu shabu, and l learned I was not alone in my feelings or even my tears that week. After a fabulous lunch with great conversation and good people, I was on my way to ...
My trip to the Hakone mountain region started with my first ride with the famous Shinkansen train, I was excited like a little boy :-))). The second part of the trip was with a little mountain train which didn't excite me but all the Japanes tourist :-). The main reason I spend a night up in Hakone was Mount Fuji. But unfortunately, like most of the time, Japan's most famous mountain was covered in clowds. So I did a boat cruise and visited a shrine ...
... s call it 'efficient' layout of the hut. One floor was divided in three layers, each which was filled with mattresses and sleeping bags which provided space for a total of about 200 persons. Worst of all, there were twice as many sleeping bags as there were mattresses, so we were all shoulder-to-shoulder packed next to each other. After a quick bite of the most basic of Japanese cuisine (curry rice) we tucked in to make the most of our short night.
In between ...