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... and completely covered the mountain which was a major disappointment! The bus drove us up to the 2nd station at 1004m and we took a few snaps and visited a little gift shop. Usually the bus reaches the 5th station for great views but today we were out of luck. The best photo of the mountain we got was the large picture of it on a billboard! Back down the mountain we stopped off a hotel for ...
Felt a bit sick this morning! Not much to say other than we're very much looking forward to seeing everyone back home, but are sad our trip is over. We're now on a Virgin flight otherwise known as baby expressway as I can see 5 individual babies from where I'm sitting and they're taking it in turns to scream. Thank you Virgin for inflight entertainment! The only other thing I will say is that we're weirded out a little..we left at midday Japan time, and arrive into London at 3.30pm ...
... without father/husband) and produced two eggs they had bought for us - Japanese people are simply lovely. They (the eggs, not the Japanese people) tasted like any normal boiled egg but with added sulphur flavour, nice actually! We all, with our extra 7 years of life each, hopped on the cable car and continued down until we reached a stop point where we waited for a split train. I've never heard of these, but it's how a train gets down a mountain like this, in a zig ...
- Early start in order to catch Express at 8am from Shinjuku Station
- Another stunning clear sunny day!
- pleasant trip to Hakone (train very fast through the suburbs)
- bus up a very winding (and picturesque snowy road) to hotel with direct view of Mt Fuji
- dropped off baggage then on to Lake Ashi
- very distinctive cruising vessel for an ...
... in-between the wet mist that covered you most of the time.
It was very cool to see the glistening spider webs all up the
mountain too (though not so cool to go to take another bite of an
apple and see a massive spider just about to go on it climbing up
from your hand!) and weird to see the dark dried lava rock, massive
cracks and grooved out pathways with pushed over trees etc. There was
not much to see viewing wise, thanks to the clouds, and being out of