Travel Blogs from Iida
... in abundance...little did we know this would mean the hardest work thus far in Japan! We arrived at the rice field with a warning from Madoka that weeding would be hard work but up until now the work had been only moderately taxing (although with our out of shape bodies still tiring) and we were prepared for more of the same...dun dun dun...
Weeding a rice field with a machine or without is taxing. The machines we used were hand propelled and created a ...
I recorded a brief clip on our way to work on the first day at Uno Team Farm just to give everyone a feel for the scenery! I finally got it uploaded on youtube...enjoy! :)
... we took a break in the afternoon to light candles and sing happy birthday. As we finished our multilingual and somewhat out of tune rendition though, Seta started bawling!! We thought he was upset but Madoka translated for us that he was so overcome by emotion that he couldn't help crying. How adorable is that? He is a little character pretty much all of the time, making faces, singing made up songs about poo (past woofers have called him Mr. Poo) ...
... out on an organised walk. I got ahead of them easily enough but as soon as I stayed in an area to long I could hear the horde approaching. Fortunately I didn't see them in the middle four kilometres which were the most chilled and picturesque but they caught me at the end after I took a side trip to have a look at a ...
Other places to stay in Iida
1-1 Nishikicho, Iida | Hotelfrom $88
28 Tokiwamachi, Iida | Hotelfrom $59
2-3-5 Ikuracho, Iida | 3 star hotelfrom $111
1 Nishiki-cho, Iida | Hotelfrom $93
1-23 Odori, Iida | Hotelfrom $54
4-13 Chuo-dori, Iida | Hotelfrom $69