Nikko Lakeside Hotel
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Hopefully not too cold, it is getting absolutely freeeeezing here!!! Autumn was dreamy! The vividly firey coloured leaves here are stunning, but the moment it turned to winter, instantly changed, BAM! Punch In the face of icy fists of Japan winter. Colder each day and I'm running out of warm layers to add. May need to buy a scarf! I knew it would get chilly but I really underestimated how quickly winter would kick in.
It did mean shorter theme park cues ...
... available so you create your own drink. We had to laugh when we put the green tea powder in the soya sauce thinking it was powder wasabi because we didn't know better hahaha Silly tourists. ooooweee and is there wasabi ever spicy here!
Later that evening, Eric arrived from Akita to spend a couple of days with us in Tokyo before having to head back north. It was great to catch up and hear all about his experiences in Japan teaching English thus ...
... taient suspendues des centaines de fils a lampes led, qui donnait un super effet qui remplaçaient bien les fleurs.
Après avoir fait le tour du parc, fait plein de photos, on était frigorifiés, il était temps de rentrer.
Comme il avait convenu avec sa soeur qu'il ne fallait pas de repas sur le weekend, au soir on a pris un bento pour souper. Il parrait que ce sont les meilleurs de Takasaki etc... Hmmm à ...
... ride was good as it took us through the mountains into the the countryside and gave us some great views. Arriving at Nikko it was coming up to lunch time so we we in search of a good eat some where around the station, after a bit of discussion we decided on a cheap cafe up near the temples. Inside the walls were made of simple plasterboard but you could not tell as every inch of the place was covered in stuff ...
... a bit earlier than planned, so decided to check out the ganman-ga-Fuchi Pools over the other side of town, a sight sacred in Buddhism . With the heavy rain that hit in the afternoon the pools had turned into rapids, which made a dramatic scene with the volcanic rock forcing water off at crazy angles. Afterwards I headed back into Tokyo on the same route. Hopefully I'll be heading to kamakura tomorrow for even more shrines because today obviously wasn't ...