Hotel 1-2-3 Kofu Shingen Onsen
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Here the hot springs, erupting geysers and bubbling pools of boiling mud dominate a fascinating landscape. We take the Hakone rope way from Sounzan down to Togendai on lake Ashinoko. We take a boat journey around the lake which is a water filled volcanic crater with a circumference of 18K. We are now making our way to Tokyo by ...
... sky's and fuji not blocked by any other mountains in the way(see pictures). Like the monkey park it was definitely worth the extra effort to get there and it is clear to see why the Japanese place such cultural and even spiritual importance on Fuji as it is so aesthetically pleasing and absolutely dwarfs everything around it. I'm off to Nagoya tomorrow as I head more into western ...
... and a "Can Do Attitude" I explore the town, I Ended up walking for the next 5 Hour around the lake and just taking in the sights, I walk in the direction of Mt Fuji, and there is only lonely thin cloud that keep hovering over the Tip of the mountain, so I figured if I just keep walking in that directions surely that cloud will disappear sometime, boy was I wrong, it never did go away......but the sun was shining, so I couldn't be happier, I get ...
... bolognese, bread and naan, as well as a Japanese beef curry with rice, followed by a decadent dessert. I'm not usually a dessert person but ended up having one with ice-cream, apple strudel with fruit and cream (although I avoided the cream). Joseph's dessert was, well, his typical dessert; not tiramisu but something with corn flakes at the bottom, stacked with cream and some other chocolate/coffee sauce.
We spent the ...
... our descent and walk slowly down. Now the suffering starts as climbing down is becoming the bigger challenge than the hike up. The gravel is loose and you have to pick carefully where to step without loosing the balance.
Now I regret that I wear soft shoes and my toes start to hurt. The climbing down takes all of our forces and we think that we have used the same amount of time as going up.