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... tasty. Then on to Asahikawa where we arrived in the early evening. We had a great meal at a local yakitori place: meat and fish, bbq-ed on skewers on a charcoal fire. A very lively place where the staff was constantly shouting orders to and from the kitchen. After that to bed, still tired from the flight and the time difference. Today we did something besides eating or drinking;-) we went on a beautiful hike on Hokkaido's biggest ...
... Nikon mirrorless camera. I was quite surprised with the weight of his DSLR camera. It was actually quite light. As we left the train, we wished each other well for the rest of the trip and for the situation in Hong Kong.
We then switched platforms to catch the 5.13pm Okhotsk 6 train back to Sapporo, arriving at 6.47pm. Lynne and John, us and the other John went to the reserved normal class train as there weren't enough seats for all in the Green Car. ...
... decks and windows to be able to see the animals very close or almost being in the middle of them. Unfortunately the animals were held alone, without pairs or groups, most of them mentally switched off, doing there endless rounds to have at least some escape from theri boredome.
Sad to see that this type of zoos still exist, we have zoos as well but very modern with motivated animals
... US during the 19th century
Carried on to Asahikawa, where we have had another beer festival at the station. The weather was now definitely turing into rain. This ruined our plan to climb Asahidate an active volcano and we planned for next day another excursion
Thanks to the lady at the tourist information we found an excellent restaurant close by the hotel. Original Japanese food and we enjoyed very much
... not down.. skis go down! once this was explained to us in broken english by the chairlift operator, (who resorted too walking his fingers down his arm and hen pointing at us) we tucked up our poles and shoes and wandered down the slopes much to the dismay of the junior ski team......pffffffffffffffft as they swooshed past and giggling waves as the chair lift took them back past us......i swear they were competing to see who could lap us the most amount of ...