Hotel Ohashi Iida
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... breakfast at the hotel. After a very fun day of snowbording we went back to the hotel and chilled out for a bit. That night we couldn't get any food for dinner because you have to make a reservation the day before so we just found a pub and had pizza there. Day 2 Day 2 of snow boarding was lots of fun. We went down through our favourite track called the Skyline. The skyline was full of powder snow and all 4 of us were doing gymnastics on the snow boards. The powder was ...
... catching the 10.30 AM express train which took us through the valley to Hakuba in just over an hour. The trip was extremely scenic, travelling through a number of small towns surrounded by mountains on each side. As we passed by forest and lakes, I remember what I really enjoyed out of travelling – lakes and mountains. It was most enjoyable train ride.
We arrived in Hukuba just before midday. After looking around lost for a few moments ...
... had no working phone, I wasn't able to do so. It ended up been a good thing I wasn't able to because some of the places I went to I had to cross mountains and I really didn't want to lug the bike up a mountain.
I had asked the lady at the bike rental how long it took to do the route. She looked at the Japanese map and told me 3 hours. I thought, great it's almost 10:30am, I can be finished by 2pm. ...
... it has a very old population. Tsumago seemed to attract a few young Japanese couples on romantic getaways (precious little of that anyway, considering Japan's romance problem) and a few foreign tourists (there was a large Irish family there) but mostly old Japanese women traveling both independently and on tours. And when I say old, I mean really old--like late 80s old.
So, obviously the older guys have died by that ...
... day we stayed in Haruno Madoka and I spent the afternoon swapping culinary ideas and she taught me how to make a traditional version of mochi! I had made these before at my host in Yamanashi but I have to say that the way Madoka makes them is much more tasty from a western palette. The dough is made from tofu and sticky rice powder and then filled with any sweet gooey concoction you can think up. We used mashed sweet potatoes in ours but in the past she has ...
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