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... the roof was constructed. There was also some nice lacquerware used by the family during the years.
I thought these lovely little homes looked like the mini-gingerbread houses that I made last Christmas, complete with snow on the roof.
Once again the trip to the village was up through the mountains and Arthur was fascinated by the number of tunnels that we entered. On the way home, he counted the tunnels - we passed through 15 ...
... s major waterfalls. There was an elevator to the bottom of the Falls, built through the mountains, which Arthur thought was volcanic. We dropped 100m in one minute, and didn't feel a thing. There was then a tunnel with a few more stairs and then a lovely view. There was still some icicles around the Falls - so when I say cold, you know I mean it.
We met some lovely lads as we were standing around and took a photo with ...
We left Tokyo this morning with the sun shining brightly, as it has failed to do for the last few days, and took the limited express train to Nikko, which only stopped at a few stations during the 2 hour trip. I don't know what speed the train was doing but it seemed pretty fast, even though it was a really smooth ride.
It took about an hour of travel before we really noticed much difference in the terrain, it just seemed to be endless city. ...
... think another visit is on the cards for next time.
In the pictures you'll see Ben hangin with Tofu girl and piglet in the charming 'Cafe Byron Bay'. Inspired by the well known Australian alternative/surfer/holiday hotspot. The owner is a lovely Japanese girl who lived there for a year and decided to make a cafe in Asakusa Tokyo with the Aussie Coastal hippy theme, and also offers 'Melbourne style coffee' as she lived there for 3 months as well. Serves ...
... traffic was
prohibited. We could see special vehicles with shaded windows heading towards
the Fukushima-Daichii nuclear reactor. We went to the sea side, deserted
village, a Buddha statue in the lobby of a damaged house , the flora and fauna
oblivious to the risk of being in the ...