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Travel Blogs from Ashikaga
... lots of pictures and loads of smiles. It was fun and it seemed that Cammy enjoyed herself. She received many items related to princesses, and dedicated to all things pink. The cake was fantastic and all the kids went home with small gifts. Cudos to Harmony and Jeremy. A good time was had by all.
Also this week was the (apparently) once-per-city team building event hosted by the circus owners. This time it was bowling! Transportation was ...
So as it turns out, my next adventure has been one of learning to feed myself healthy and tasty meals.
First let me explain the cooking situation here. There is a communal kitchen which is equipped with a stove and a cold water only sink. This is available for me to use whenever I like but I must provide all my own food, cooking and cleaning supplies (and hot wash water). Because you have to walk to get to it, most people set up ...
... a bit more organized than in these pictures and will continue to become more comfortable as I am able to acquire additional storage items and shelves. My impression of Japan, particularly the Japanese people, thus far is very favorable. They are very friendly and polite and try their best to be helpful, even when a language barrier is present. My next step will to become more diligent in learning the language.
... I think, similar to Mt. Seymour in grade but with an amazing number of hairpin turns. I counted 74 by the time I got to the Lake at the top. Traffic was very light and it was still cool as I passed a sign that showed 15 degrees C. at around the 700 metre mark and the road would top out at around 1,450 metres. A young Japanese cyclist had swung by me just as the true climb was starting. I stayed with him for about 2 km but decided to ease up ...
... park and the paths, though there were quite a lot of people, it was fairly easy to take pictures that didn't have a dozen other visitors in them.
In spite of their striking appearance, spider lilies don't really have a
scent. They do, however, produce lots of pollen, and I found myself regularly checking my dress for rust-coloured spots. Thankfully, they were easy to brush off.
The festival runs ...
Other places to stay in Ashikaga
4254-1 Minamicho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $51
1-2688-1 Tori, Ashikaga | 3 star hotelfrom $85
2460 Horigome-cho, Ashikaga | 3 star hotelfrom $81
2374-2 Daimondori, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $45
3-8-5 Ise-cho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $39
634 Tanakacho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $32
56-5 Imafukucho, Ashikaga | Hotelfrom $49