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... my time staying in the area, I must have taken over a hundred pictures of the famous mountain, each more beautiful and interesting than the last.
The first day was a wash. It took a long time to travel from Okinawa to Narita (airport near Tokyo), from Narita to Shinjuku (a major location in Tokyo), then from Shinjuku to Kawaguchiko (via bus). I found the place I was staying (a small little hostel) and asked for a place to ...
Really, this blog is about much more than just fish and Fuji. It's been a busy week: read on for stories of panda bears, stately forests, ancient temples, sumo wrestlers, lots of rain, confusing trains, and, yes, big fish and a big mountain.
Last Saturday was a day to visit the Ueno Zoo, not far from where we were staying in Tokyo. One of the main attractions for us here was the chance to see panda bears, something we haven’t had ...
Praying for good weather conditions, we left Kawaguchi by bus to climb Mt Fuji. Arrived at the 5th station around 9pm.
The 5th station is basically the end of the tree-line on the mountain.
We aimed to be at the top of Mt Fuji around 4:30 am in order to see the sunrise. The climb should take around 5-6 hours. An hour on the Mountain and another 3 hours to go back to the 5th station in order to catch the first bus back to Kawaguchi ...
I hated waking Will up at 5:15 after weeks of training him to sleep in later. We'd already had a full weekend having the Savages over to dinner on Friday and a beach day on Saturday. He'd also gone to the monthly CDC Give Parents a Break Night so Mike and I could have a proper date. I knew he was exhausted, but the bus was leaving at 5:30 am this Sunday morning. Luckily once I was able to rouse him, there were no tears. He excitedly tried to climb into the hiking backpack ...
... Just meant we were waiting in the freezing cold, huddled together for 3 hours before the sun came up. When it did, we were relieved a) because we saw a beautiful sunrise and b) because it meant we could start moving again and get feeling back to our hands and feet. Descended down the other side of the mountain, the Gotemba trail, which included a long run of volcanic ash. The ground was so loose it was literally possible to run down one third of the mountain as your feet sank into the ...