Travel Blogs from Yaizu
... and I went to explore the city. Shizuoka is very close to Mt Fuji so Dad's friend found us a nice high building to go to the top of, where we could see views of the whole city and Mt Fuji. We also went to a temple, which looked really nice but it was already getting dark by the time we got there so we didn't spend long ...
... 5, half way up the mountain where they drop you off to start. So we warmed up, walked in the complete opposite direction and took a picture.
That night we met a gentlemen from Toronto that was a technician for cirque de soli on his way home after a 15 month tour in Japan. He told us about life in the circus which seemed to involve a lot of drinking and time away from home.
... from the window.
And we can see the Mt.Fuji.
Someday I want to climb 3776m to top of the Mt. Fuji.
Finally we arrived at the Shizuoka station.
We gonna dressed ! Party on !!
Every time when I attend the wedding ceremony, the atmosphere made me happy.
Because everyone come to celebrate.
HAPPY WEDDING !!
The bride and groom ...
... is good yes, but as the view often is moisty, cloudy or foggy (at least when I was there) I prefer the clear view sunset.
From there it isn't far to a very good restaurant, which my boss and I visited on another motorcycle tour. We ordered and rodered everytime we returned, the Wasabi steak. A delicious steak with wasabi dressing, some wasabi with it and noodles and salad and all the other good stuff :-) It's really really good! ...
... and international.
Back to the story, Kelcey and I really wanted to avoid getting altitude sickness so we went to a 7-11 and stocked up on various foods and a huge liter bottle of water each. Since we decided to do this after leaving the United States, we had to rely on the clothes we packed to make due for hiking up a mountain. One thing: I have never hiked up a mountain before, so I had no idea what to pack/wear. Kelcey, luckily, is from Tennessee ...