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Travel Blogs from Shizuoka
... JR Minobu Line to Fujinomiya It was then quite a walk to the shrine, but it was beautiful when we got there. The grounds were bigger than we expected, and there were sections where you could drink spring water or take a bottle home with you after a donation (we didn't want to do it in case it wasn't appropriate for foreigners), and there were a few little shrines to some animal kami. We ate some 7-Eleven lunch in the shade of some cherry blossom trees, and we took in ...
... Theme Park. The recored breaking roller coasters there were awesome!
The efficiency of the staff at getting people on and off was the
poorest we have ever seen. However, safety was priority which I guess
makes up for it, though I'm pretty sure three different people
shouldn't need to check the safety belts every time?! This did mean
we spent the longest we have ever spent queueing for the rides and
some shut early which we didn't realise so unfortunately we didn't
... roads scattered throughout the mountains.
I started the day with another soak in the onsen before breakfast. After such a huge dinner the night before, I didn't have much appetite for breakfast but knew I needed to fuel up for the climb to come. After breakfast, I quickly changed and checked out. I consulted with the front desk about an alternative route for the initial climb out of town which proved to be a wise ...
... you could tell that she was still tough and able to get the job done. She had the forearms and hands of a professional wrestler so I'm sure she would be the one hauling boxes of supplies around rather than having to rely on help to come by. I simply said "ramen" when she asked me something and this seemed to work. She added my order to the other three that she had on the go for three men in work uniform and soon we were all ...
... them with a pair of tongs I put them onto my draining board for lack of any other surfaces, along with a cooked pork chop, and realised I had no way to keep them warm. Normally I would stick them under the grill but, considering the circumstances, I left them on the side to grow cold while I mashed the potatoes with a fork and attempted to make some onion gravy.
It was all going so well until I opened the cornflour. I bought it in the supermarket the ...