New Furano Prince Hotel
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Our hotel room is very small and tight :(
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... the following day around Lake Akan in the southeast of Hokkaido, with a 1500m climb of Mount Akan-Fuji. This was a change of plan as the adjacent volcano we were planning to climb was on "high alert" and access blocked due to excessive toxic fumes exuding from the crater. We got good views and a smell of it though from Mount Akan-Fuji. Unfortunately the heavens opened on our way down and we finished the walk looking and feeling like proverbial "drowned rats". ...
Drove to Bibai today to visit Peter Steeger the German Expat whom emigrated to Japan more than 30 years ago speaks fluent Japanese and is my link in the very Bureaucratic process to get my Flight permits on Japan a lot more complicated than I ever dreamed. The foreign registration and experimental airworthiness certificate is a whole new world here in Japan and takes lots of ...
... for the day she also introduced herself and the bus driver in the most polite way. Sadly, she only speaks Japanese and entire tour is conducted in Japanese, since the guide talks fast, I kind of have to guess my way through what she is trying to explain. I am shocked to find she can not even pronounce my name "Andrew " in English. It's ok I told her, just call me Yeh san. It was a long drive so our first stop is actually at Furano ...
... on the train as well. I thought that the pumpkin ice cream sounded a bit too weird but from all accounts, it was delicious.
We then caught a one carriage local train to Furano. That took about 90 minutes. We had to open the windows as the carriage was again, it was much too hot. Took a few photos out of the window, including that of two deer. Not the sharpest image but proof that there is wild deer in the Japanese forest. We had our gyoza lunch ...
... and found the Blue Pond not to far away from Biei. It was quite busy,but Sunday is for most of them their only free day in the week. And we were lucky coming early, just when we left the cars were queuing for kilometers to go to the Blue Pond. The Blue Pond is basically more blue in picture than in real life. But it was still a beautiful place to see. The pond is more like a little lake on the side of a river ...