Fujieda Park In Hotel
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... I get starred at by multlple japanese men, and to be frank with you my give a **** was busted, so then you get out wash your body again, and witness these japanese men standing in front of the mirror taking a 2 foot towel and slapping there back with it, and every time they are yelling "HA" over and over again, i had to grab my clothes and go somewhere else in the changeroom, i was laughing too hard, head out feeling refreshed, and full of ...
... shower I packed my bag and did some blogging. The trip to Tokyo station was uneventful and we hopped on a bullet train, on carriage 13 just as it left the station. The announcement on board said the unreserved seating is in carriages1,2 and 3, so we actually travelled just a little bit faster than the 300 km/h of the normal ...
... traffic into Tokyo. The journey which took us 2 hours out ended up taking us 5 hours back. There was a consolation though, as this meant we encountered people coming into the station from Shinjuku bars. If you would like to see what obnoxious drunk Japanese people look like (there are far fewer drunks than there are in England it should be noted), please direct yourself to Gabe`s facebook profile for the relevant video.
We again owe our wonderful host Coco a thank you for ...
The weather is just not cooperating with us! It has been raining on and off since we arrived in Japan. Usually you could see Mount Fuji from my sister's house but it has been too cloudy.
Today we went to Lake Tanuki to do family pictures. It didn't rain but it was still very cloudy so we did not get Fuji San in the background :(
It was fun though and we got all the pics that my mama wanted. Brad made a comment the other night that I look so ...
... walk around the station to continue the hike that I met resistance.
In the 30 minutes I had taken to rest against the station, the wind had gotten stronger. I went around the station to continue up the path and I was almost sliding back from the wind. I tried, I really did, but after 5 minutes and little progress I knew I would have to crash at the station and try again in a few hours. It cost $50 to stay at the station lodge. ...