Fuji Park Hotel
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... Mt. Fuji two days ago. Still up to this point none of us had seen Mt. Fuji yet. Around 1 we all needed to get out of the hostel for some fresh air. While strolling around very few shops were open, because if the Typhoon and it was a holiday here. Back to the hostel, some reading, surfing the Internet. Late afternoon, we walked to a near by Pagoda. After ...
... on hold for the day. Feeling like I needed to do something, I asked the staff about a gym I could go to. They made some phone calls and I was getting a ride to the local gym. The experience was many things, fun, nice to lift weights, and very Japanese. Because my shoes I came in, were from outside I needed to use a different pair. The kind girl Minami searched the back of the closet and found the cool high top skate board shoes. They were snug, but they would do the job. Minami ...
... 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 ...
Japan has been a culinary expedition as we've worked our way through the staple food groups: soba, udon, ramen, sushi, miso, teppanyaki, bento box, etc. Usually with some mysterious item such as weird ginger, tiny purple dumplings, odd vegetables. So I was munching through my vegetables (with pork of course) when I came across a strange clear-ish item with black specks which had the remarkable consistency of jelly. It ...
... 100 years), and then I had my wooden stick stamped with an emblem pertaining to my achievement. Shortly before 6 we began our descent back to the 5th station, due to take close to 5 hours, I was confident we could do it in less than 3. Coming down the mountain we were actually able to see Fuji for what it was (obviously we saw nothing when we were climbing at night) and I can describe it accurately by comparing it to what Mars looks like. It is just red rock and ash ...
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