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... Having had my fill of hectic city life, I reasoned to try and do mainly outdoor activities and this was my attempt to see rural Japan. I was not disappointed.
The Sapporo Winter Sports Musuem, located by a Ski Jump is great fun. Although unless you're a skier (weirdo) or boarder with a more general interest in Winter Sports, it's probably not for you. The virtual ski jump and Cross Country track were pretty cool though, and there's a chair lift that takes ...
... got up circled a couple of more times and then stood perfectly still in the middle of the room. Now I know this is not the response I've seen in the safety videos, but let's get real, this was me in crisis mode.
After the dust settled so to speak, I laid back down and thought through everything that had just happened and frankly, began to laugh. There are ...
We left Nozawa this morning at 915 on a bus for Nagano. The lady and her husband who own the Ryokan we stayed in (5 floors, maybe 40 rooms) walked up to the bus stop with us to say goodbye. We've had Tilly saying a few things in Japanese that the locals love, such as "Watashi wa Tilly des" (my name is Tilly) or "Mata ashita" (goodbye). I think the lady was sad to see us leave. Nozawa was a marvellous ...
... as he loved it and said it reminded him of Austria and I know he was itching to go and explore! Mark commented that Tsumago's smell was fresh mountain air. Time and money are not on our side in this country!
Destination Hiroshima and as usual we have a few trains to catch and inbetween changing trains Mark ran to get a bit of food and in the rush he bought dog food, which he almost ate!!
I'm a bit sick ...
... collected our luggage and patiently waited for our bullet train to arrive. The bullet train which left just before ours had literally hundreds of school kids; luckily we were not on that train! We had not been able to reserve a seat on the left hand side of the train in a non-smoking carriage, therefore we had to sacrafice our lungs and sit in the smoking section for the possible chance of a glimpse of Mount Fuji! After waiting and waiting we finally went through Shin-Fuji ...
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