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... station. Here is a list of what was happening in the bus at the same time:
-Crowds of people hurrying us onto the bus.
-An impatient bus driver trying to explain how the tickets work while handing them out, while cramming all onto the vehicle.
-An old lady getting a little perturbed because our bulky luggage is slowing us down.
-Clusters of western ...
... the area to ourselves and were free to explore the area as well as attempt a small hike up the trail that has been trod by so many over the years and through history.
Cutting it short as dinner is being set on the table as I write. Now that we are fully settled into our stay in Azumino I will be able to relate to everyone about our work and adventures on days off and our upcoming plans!! Stay tuned and hugs to everyone!
Continued from previous post-
All that food helped sustain us for a long day of sightseeing. We took a cablecar (train pulled up/downhill by cable) to a ropeway (cablecar suspended over the mountains) to a boat cruise and back. The ropeway offered phenomenal views of Mt. Fuji (it does exist!) and of the collapsed volcanic valley from over 1000 meters above sea level. It was mid-morning and luckily there ...
... could wake up early to eat another large meal, breakfast! This meal also contained many courses but wasn't as heavy as dinner, though just as filling. There was a tofu dish served with soy sauce and green onions that reminded me a lot of doufu (soft tofu with ginger sauce), a Chinese dessert that I really loved. I ate all of mine plus a bit of Barry's!
I wanted to include a lot of pictures so the rest of this stay is in the next post. Keep ...
Luckily I kept to "never put off until tomorrow what you can do today" because I arrived at Mt Fuji at 3pm on Saturday and immediately went for a walk and got some really nice photos of the mountain. If I had waited until today you would still have had some pictures of the mountain but with a lot of haze.
I travelled down from Nagano by train. That JR rail pass is getting a real work over. ...
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