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... and it took one hour even to see quick. However, it was not so impressive to me, because I had visited Enryakuji Temple on the day before. Still, I believe Eiheiji is the best tourist attraction of Fukui Prefecture.
actually, we visited another place and had an unforgettable experience for life there. The place was Chirihama Beach in Ishikawa Prefecture. The beach is is the only one where you can drive in Japan. That ...
... s hair", gave me a comfort after a hard trek. After leaving the waterfall, we headed straight back to Gifu City except for taking a few pictures of Lake Miboro.
English Brochure of the Hakusan Super Rindo Forest Road
Shirakawa-go (my blog entry)
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It's about my first visit at Shirakawa-go in January 2007. ...
My home town of Dundas, Ontario is/was twinned with Kaga, Japan. When i was 17, i went to Japan for a few weeks with the group. A fabulous trip that included Tokyo, Kyoto & Hiroshima, plus more! My schoolmate Laura & i stayed with Dr. Takeya. My sister went a couple of years later, and then my brother. I am ever thankful to my parents for sending us!
From the Bullet Train, to a trek to the top of a mountain, to ...
... that it was incredibly windy, we were way out in the bay, and there were storm clouds amassing on the horizon, we did the only sensible thing: grabbed ahold of the fully-exposed ladder and climbed to the top of the lighthouse. On top of the lighthouse the wind grew even stronger and ripped at our clothes like a child trying desperately to remain in a toy store. Thanks to our incredible ...
... goal to visit everyone. I have always loved geography and I remember in the 5th grade of elementary school of scoring a 96 on a test of all the US states and their capitols. I always enjoyed looking at maps and wondering what do these places look like. By traveling, I have been able to fill in the spaces on the map with images, people, sound, color and smell. When something happens in those far off places, I can put a face to the ...