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Travel Blogs from Mutsu
Then again...as I am only back for two weeks who cares. And as a postman the size of his package is all I am interested in at the moment.
An hour later when I am stalking my crush I am asked on a date. I immediately close the computer and my heart skips a beat. You see. For about six months I have been in love with my best friend. And after trying to cure my ailment with a lot of drunken nights out, shagging skinny models ...
Arrived in Hakodate and found a Rider's house, best one i stayed at and at the same time the least friendly people. Men and women sleep in different rooms and both were packed. I tried carefully not to roll onto my neighbour during the night and crush her.
... star fish shape which makes it quite different. Then we tucked in some ramen of course because that is the best dish ever! Yoshi knew a place nearby so we followed and it was good!
In the afternoon we walked around the old brick warehouses, the old town hall and the pretty streets and shops.
Then onto some planning for the next move and goodbye Hokkaido
... times, but this time I headed west on Route 4 towards Aomori rather than towards Mutsu. When Route 4 headed inland, I turned onto Route 9 to travel along the coast and around the peninsula.
I stopped several times to do some beach combing. I found some nice sea glass and in one area, which I have now named "Belly Button Beach" I found more ...
... I followed Route 338 from one fishing village to another, up and down the sides on the mountains.For the most part, these are very little villages and VERY remote. ....especially when you consider this area, like Misawa, gets an average of 150 inches of snow each winter. I would expect here are plenty of times when roads in this area are impassable. The Japanese don't really ...