Travel Blogs from Yaizu
... s so funny, she asked me to get Meenus fortune too next time I go to a temple. We met up with the guys and headed to the bullet train. It went so fast at first, it made me dizzy but it was fine after. I got a really nice picture of Mount Fuji, again, pictures don't do it justice. Me and Devon talked about mushrooms and LSD on the ride over. We reached Hamamatsu pretty quickly, exactly on the time. ...
... more. I had focused on the west coast, the quieter side, unlike the east coast which is closer to Tokyo. Once away from the hubbub of Mishima, there is noticeably less traffic especially up in the mountains.
After cycling around the northwest point of the peninsula, I stopped for lunch at a tiny ramen shop in a small town at the junction of R18 and R17. This was an older, diner type joint that had the original decor of maybe ...
... give me enough time to get back to the hostel, sort my bags out, grab a shower, and get back to the train station in time for my bus. The bus ride back to Tokyo passed instantaneously, as I slept the entire way, and I was soon in the tube system en route back to my hostel. I checked-in at 3, dropped my gear on the floor, made my bed, and went straight to sleep until 9 pm. I awoke for some food, caught up with the outside world, and then went straight back to sleep for the ...
... to keep out the rain, had caused us to get quite a sweat on. Me more so than most, as I'm sure you can imagine! The wind had picked up and was causing us to really feel the wind-chill factor. This put us in really quite an annoying situation. We were too tired to carry on without a rest at this point, but resting made us so cold that we didn't really want to get going again. We opted to huddle in a doorway at the second 7 station. We must have been there for a good ...
... reach the summit. We breathlessly made it to the top at 12:30pm, just 3h20m after setting off, an hour faster than the estimated timings. At the top we were both surprised by just how impressive the view of the huge crater was. It was a moon like landscape with red, yellow, orange and black rocks scarring the terrain and a dramatic 100m or so drop into the core of the volcano. We got some good pics and were extremely fortunate to have a clear blue sky, and only needed ...
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