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My Dad and Bryan woke up around 4:00 am since we went to sleep so
early, but I woke up around 6:30 am (slept for about 11 hours). We
promptly packed up our belongings and left the hostel to go rent a
car. It all unfolded without a hitch! We ate breakfast at what seemed
like a Japanese breakfast chain, which was very good. We hit the road
around 9:00 and headed for Asahikawa, with our ultimate destination
being Sounkyo Youth Hostel in ...
... 2; 人也份外的 ;精神， 拍出來的照 ;片也格外ࣲ 9;看。 ...
... 0;放題，喝Ú 62;喝啦~~~
不知是因為 ;經歷了九࣪ 5;行程，身õ 15;俱疲，
... logical that several European exports appears in Hokkaido. Beer, of course became a huge business, but lavender was also quite popular as a cash crop, mostly because France had a huge demands for lavender oil. Thus, several places in Hokkaido began lavender production. However by the 1920s, lavender essence and other fragrances could be developed synthetically, meaning that all but a few places in Furano stopped producing lavender. The famous Farm Tomita, which ...
... but fog. Climb up was tough (for Emily) and a breeze for Kaz who left Max and Fumiko in his wake as he ran up the mountain in record speed. Jono says he would have beaten him but was too busy throwing rocks down the mountain. Reached the summit in 2.5 hours which was average speed. The view (when the clouds broke) was very beautiful. Got to see some ...