Hotel Kaminoyu Onsen
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Travel Blogs from Kai
... to the top, we got our reward, Mt. Fuji was visible. We hung out there until sunset and snapped lots of photos. Dinner was next, and to make things interesting we needed to point to what we wanted in the window, because there was no menus! Dinner was great, and we left happy and full. Tomorrow is my last day in this area, and in the morning I plan to ride up Mt. ...
... on hold for the day. Feeling like I needed to do something, I asked the staff about a gym I could go to. They made some phone calls and I was getting a ride to the local gym. The experience was many things, fun, nice to lift weights, and very Japanese. Because my shoes I came in, were from outside I needed to use a different pair. The kind girl Minami searched the back of the closet and found the cool high top skate board shoes. They were snug, but they would do the job. Minami ...
... The wheels were particularly loud, with lots of high pitch squeals. There was a very distinct change in the country side, lush green hills, little rivers and streams. Mostly for me fresh air, and very little humidity. I am now settled into my hostel and sharing a dorm with a guy from Montreal of all things. The world really is a small place in the end. Tomorrow I plan to see Mt. Fuji a little bit closer. For now I can just see the hutches or stations lighting the way to the ...
... clouds, so we count ourselves lucky on that account.
Quite a few people daytrip here, visit the temple located behind the shops, eat some special Fujisan snacks and try desperately to catch glimpses of the mountain through the clouds. At the same time, there are more than enough avid hikers and climbers, hunched over bulging backpacks, dressed in layers of outdoor gear, psyching themselves up for ...
... up because it is really expensive on the mountain. I was probably carrying 40 lbs on my back, so not too bad. I think I've got my load out for this trip really well done. Anyway, the trail has a few switchbacks but it is really steep and goes pretty much directly up the mountain.
I stayed at a hut on the 8th station for half the night. It wasn't really worth it. It cost $65 and you get to sleep shoulder to shoulder with strangers and share the ...
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