Business Hotel Asahi Saitamaken Honjoshi

2-2-6 Honjo, Honjo, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 367-0051, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Honjo

Settling into a daily routine

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane


... muscle starting to settle in nicely. I'm not nearly as sore this week as I was last week. I recently inquired of a team mate if I should expect to have pain somewhere in my body for the next year. The answer was simple: "Yeah, pretty much. But don't worry, it won't always be in the same place. It'll move around". Well thank heavens for that. Now at least I know. Much of my work in the air has been refining details of my swing and my tricks. It's ...

How to eat like the Japanese

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane


... nice beef with broccoli (with the help of one of the aforementioned sauces). This gave me a great deal of confidence and so last night I cooked for the family. We had fried chicken with sauteed veggies (again, with the help of one of the sauces). While it won't go down in history the best meal I've ever cooked, everyone was happy and well fed. Success! Now....back to experimenting. I need to come up with a different dish for my next cooking session!

Day 2. The jet lag is beginning to fade.

A travel blog entry by cynthiana.diane


... members of the troupe have been very supportive and helpful. I very feel blessed in this, as this has not always been the case in my experience. It's wonderful being here with my friend Kyla. I very much enjoy her company during our free time and
it's a comfort having a familiar face on the platform with me. Adding additional joy to my situation is the fact that I am also going to be performing with one of ...

Climb up Mt. Akagi and ride through farm country

A travel blog entry by velojim-japan


... to save my knee and to conserve energy for the ride to come after the summit. I also stopped to take photos. I saw him come swooping down afterwards.

It was nice to get out of the city and feel like you're in the wilderness. This climb and the descent into farm country combined to make a great cycling day despite my knee problem. Once I crested the summit and went down the other side, the descent seemed to go on for ages with lots ...

Spider Lilies

A travel blog entry by gadelle


... park and the paths, though there were quite a lot of people, it was fairly easy to take pictures that didn't have a dozen other visitors in them.

In spite of their striking appearance, spider lilies don't really have a
scent. They do, however, produce lots of pollen, and I found myself regularly checking my dress for rust-coloured spots. Thankfully, they were easy to brush off.

The festival runs ...


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