Toyama Excel Hotel Tokyu
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... in my hands as they are frozen.
I finally arrive back to return the bike, and head back to the hotel for a warm bath. Oh the relief to be warm again. Worked out the ride was around 35ks, so will be interesting to see how sore i am tomorrow. Thoroughly enjoyed the ride, even if the conditions were not favourable.
Finally a blue sky day. So i take off for a long, time consuming journey up into the mountains to see the snow tunnel and mt tateyama. ...
It had rained quite heavily during the night and was still raining. There was no news to say that the train was cancelled, so we went ahead. Luckily, the carriages were covered. The view was different in the rain and the water was no longer turquoise but brown. The leaves were turning golden, even from yesterday. There was a lot more water in the river and there were a lot more waterfalls.
Because of the rain, we ...
... cold on the return trip in the open carriages but worth the views.
When we returned to the station, Owen was waiting for us with the bus. We had enough time for a quick shower and dressed in the traditional formal yukatas for dinner. Dinner was a sampling of different food types. I had to disgrace myself in the eyes of the Japanese by cooking my sashimi. I don't do raw fish, tuna or prawns. We had wagyu beef that we had ...
... to everything on the road. But after reaching the first rest area, I had felt quite confident. Aqua, the small Prius hybrid car by Toyota is quite smooth, quiet, and oil-saving. The screen shows the oil consumption by km/liter, and the number usually fluctuated between 25-35. (On the last day when I filled the tank, we only consumed 21 liters for 600+ km! around 30 km/l, very impressive!)
The drive up the mountain ...
... language to say hello in...and it's raining.
- Stakes used for tying down various tarps which leap out and grab your pants legs, bite your ankles or shins and are especially perfect for wrapping toes around.
- Random and sometimes large holes in the ground...where the stake used to be, but is no longer. Great for falling in, especially when filled with water.
- Port-o-potties. Enough said.