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... 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 ...
It went from dark and misty and chilly
to really dark, damp and cold quite quickly but we were reassured it
was not a ghost town having seen quite a few school kids walking home
and people just out and about. We thought we'd give the american
diner just below our hostel a go and it was...very american! The guy
Michael who owns it, the group of Americans who arrived the same time
as us, the football memorabilia and decoration and the food...and the
After lunch, I turned up R18 which increased gradually for a few kms before the hairpin turns started. The higher I rode, the more the views opened up. However, it wasn't until I turned onto R127 that the vistas stood out. This was a fair bit of up and down riding but the views both out into the ocean looking at Shizuoka City and into the mountains were terrific. Plus, the roads were relatively quiet save the ...
... were irritating me to a completely unreasonable degree and my responses to questions were getting shorter and snappier. Put simply, I was getting grumpy, and that isn't a pretty sight. Well aware that level 8 includes hallucinations and is just a further level from a homicidal rampage, I knew it was nearly my bed-time.
Before this however, was the not-so-small matter of the fireworks display. Each night of the festival was ended ...
Para pasar el dia de navidad fuimos a Shizuoka, ya que los padres de Jenny tienen un amigo aqui, una ciudad costera desde la que pudimos ver el monte Fuji y donde comimos un monton. :) Ya que estabamos por alli fuimos a ver otra shrine bastante bonita aunque nada famosa ya que esta ciudad no es nada turistica . Despues de ...