Route Inn Toyama Ekimae
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... Pay Hinckley
“I work. And I think about work, and I freak out about work, and I think about how much I think about work, and I freak out about how much I think about how much I think about work, and I think about how freaked out I get about how much I think about how much I think about work.”
― Ned Vizzini, It's Kind of a Funny Story
“Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive.”
― Elbert Hubbard
The forward was quite uneventful, we could book for most of the trains until we had to change crossing the Japanese Alps. Here no reservation was possible and we were standing for 2 hours in a train packed with people
Arriving in Ouzo we has to walk quite a bit and it was not very inspiring. The town is very americanized with shopping malls and the ...
... hits, the tent comes down. For my part, I've done some modifications to my outside space that make me feel much more secure. It's been a bit of a running joke, actually. The location of my container right now is in a relatively high traffic area, and for a few weeks it felt like every time someone walked by I was out there fiddling with my tarps or up on my roof. After a while, folks would walk by, they'd smile and say hi, and then roll their eyes...."yep!, ...
... train station and set off for a brief stay in Shirakawa -go and a night and morning in Kanazawa. We said our goodbyes at Takayama to our new friends from Melbourne. We got on with them splendidly , with many shared interests and stimulating conversations. Sad that we did not have more time together. After a two hour bus ride through sone mountainous terrain we stopped in Shirokawa -go, a Unesco world heritage sight. It is a small town nestled in a valley between mountains. It is ...
... After that experience I can tell you first hand, it’s true. Absolutely amazing!
Back to my journey. Two buses, an overnight stay and four trains later I arrived in Toyama. The train ride across Honshu was reminiscent of a Travel Channel special. The scenery was varied and beautiful, and the train window acted as my personal television screen. I arrived in Toyama with enough time to unpack my room, take a shower and attend ...