Nari Aizu Country Club
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Here's where the previous references to cars going down in the other lane become relevant. As I tried to go back down the way I came, there was a gentleman standing by a big sign that was blocking the lane going down and who was directing traffic. He crossed his forearms in front of his chest and kept saying to me "Dah-may! Dah-may!" which I figured out means "Not Allowed." He was pointing me in the other direction to go down the opposite side of the mountain ...
It's getting late here in Tokyo and I don't have the energy to write up the entry for the climb up to the volcano on Mt. Higashi-Azuma. It was a long climb - about 27 km continuous uphill to an elevation of 1,700 metres and I'm knackered. I am posting the link again for the flickr photos which show how picturesque this ...
After arriving in Fukushima City (yes, the famous Fukushima which is only about 75 km away from the Dai-ichi nuclear power station), I didn't notice anything different from the other cities in Japan I've visited other than some people appeared to be glowing at night but, otherwise, their appearance was normal.
I just found out that the strong winds were due to a typhoon that is bearing down on northern Japan and that orders have been given to thousands of people to ...
... 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 ...
Jess had to work today so Jude and I caught up on domestics in the morning. We went for a walk and found the Raman shop were we managed to communicate our needs and had a good feed of Raman. Jess had an early mark and joined us at about 1:30pm. We walked to the post office to get some cash from the ATM. It is interesting that cash is king in this part of the world and apart from ...