Shizuoka Victoria Hotel
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... Alternatively, if you are accustomed to travelling light, you may prefer to send your main luggage from your accommodation before the Nakasendo Trail to wherever you are staying after the trail. You would then manage with overnight essentials in your daypack for all four nights on the trail. Use one of the wonderful Japanese luggage-forwarding services which are ultra-efficient and secure.We supply train tickets for your journey from Kyoto or ...
... three hours, meaning that 2.5 of those walked in the rain and strong wind. We arrived at the 5th station around 8:30, totally soaked, tired but our spirit was great
We crashed at the closes restaurant and ordered hot sake to warm up from the inside :) 2 hours later, very merry in our wet clothes we boarded the bus back to Kawaguchi.
What an amazing night, it was really an adventure!!!!!!
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... the hell? Who cries at Sesame Street? And I wasn't feeling sad. I couldn't figure it out. Then I realized the crying was about acceptance and gratitude. Maybe Japan isn't what I thought it would be. Perhaps a lot of our outings won't be perfect and grandiose and romanticized. But we are here. We are here to live. Luckily we get to explore and have adventures, but our first priority is to be parents and responsible adults and sometimes that's not so fun. But that's life. ...
... s call it 'efficient' layout of the hut. One floor was divided in three layers, each which was filled with mattresses and sleeping bags which provided space for a total of about 200 persons. Worst of all, there were twice as many sleeping bags as there were mattresses, so we were all shoulder-to-shoulder packed next to each other. After a quick bite of the most basic of Japanese cuisine (curry rice) we tucked in to make the most of our short night.
In between ...