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Travel Blogs from Kai
... to the top, we got our reward, Mt. Fuji was visible. We hung out there until sunset and snapped lots of photos. Dinner was next, and to make things interesting we needed to point to what we wanted in the window, because there was no menus! Dinner was great, and we left happy and full. Tomorrow is my last day in this area, and in the morning I plan to ride up Mt. ...
... curious about why I was in Fujiyoshida, where I was from, did I really bring a bike. She lived in Brisbane Australia for 6 months doing an exchange program. With my workout done, and stretch out of the way. I needed to take some photos of the inside of the gym. They have various posters to provide people with inspiration, the Manga 1980's poster was the one that caught my eye. On the way back to the hostel, the weather changed, the sun came out. Maybe after some lunch I could get ...
... The wheels were particularly loud, with lots of high pitch squeals. There was a very distinct change in the country side, lush green hills, little rivers and streams. Mostly for me fresh air, and very little humidity. I am now settled into my hostel and sharing a dorm with a guy from Montreal of all things. The world really is a small place in the end. Tomorrow I plan to see Mt. Fuji a little bit closer. For now I can just see the hutches or stations lighting the way to the ...
What a long, long day. Have I mentioned how extensive the public transportation system is here in Japan? Have I mentioned how you can literally get anywhere just by hoping a train? Have I also mentioned how incredibly long it takes to get anywhere? Oi. So yes, it's officially Mount Fuji day, so here is our transit to get there:
1. Metro from Shiinabashi to Ikebukuro
2. Train from Ikebukuro to ...
So it's about 3am and I've got another hour of steep hiking, with a heavy pack, to the top of Mt Fuji. I'd just spend $65 for an uncomfortable half a night in a mountain hut. I look below me and I see a huge trail of light from all the flashlights of the hordes of people following me up. Above me freezing cold fog is blowing down the mountain and drops the visibility to maybe 100 ft. At this point I'm really starting to doubt whether this was worth it.
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