Hotel Associa Shizuoka
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... to the mountain had been closed, the cruise and cable car were closed due to unsafe conditions. We at least had a nice lunch. After taking us up to another, lower mountain lift that was still being run, the tour guide tried to describe how beautiful Mt. Fuji is when you can see it. (It is amazing, Mt. Fuji looks exactly like the Alps (at least the way they looked when I spent several days in the rain in Salzburg). The company found a nearby lake and arranged for ...
... town. This is a hilly area with an indented coastline, the tiny villages are way below, usually located at one of the many inlets. Scuba diving is a popular tourist attraction in this part of the Izu Peninsula. When we want to visit one of the tiny villages we have to take a narrow, winding and steep road down to sea level. In the fishing village itself the roads are very narrow too, usually only one lane and you have to be lucky not to have a car come from the opposite ...
... It was complete white out. On the way back down in the bus, the white mist was quite heavy and you could scarcely see more than 20 feet in front of you. The bus driver was excellent and took it nice and slow until we got below the cloud/mist and could see again.
We then took a hop-on, hop-off bus to see the Fugaku Fuuketsu Lava Cave, which was created by a Mt Fuji eruption. We have seen a few lava caves elsewhere in the world, but this one was ...
... noodle soups with the really thick noodles, except I had duck in mine. Crazy Fred ordered two meals (surprising us and our waitress - she was laughing while reading back the order of three drinks, three people, and four meals). His reasoning was that he had to try the dumplings. Amazingly he finished both. I was so stuffed I didn't even finish my one!
Of course we could not call it a night that early since it was only 7, so we found directions ...
... where you can pay by the hour. It sounds dodgy, but it's for lovers (as per the above reason) rather than for 'ladies of the night'. Night bus Fujisan (Mount Fuji) to Kyoto. 8:45pm - 5:55am. Listening to: Rolling Stones. Thoughts of Japan: Vending machines for drinks - everywhere! Outside in the middle of nowhere and inside random places. All sorts of ice coffee, green tea, beer and other drinks. No coke, Fanta, 7up, Pepsi etc. these machines ...