Sunroute Takadanobaba Hotel
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... all decided to head to Kinosaki Onsen for 3 nights, a town much more catered for tourists than our previous onsen town, so all in all a new experience for us. The 7 onsen baths here were much smarter and resembled spas, and thankfully the water was more like hot baths rather than boiling pots. Lydia and I weren't quite used to this new style of travelling, it felt much more like we were on holiday and very lavish in comparison to our adventurous style in the Americas. It ...
... The water was brown but looked nice. After that, we saw the greenhouse before we left. They had some cool plants in there.
The walk back was so long. It had to be over 95 degrees out and the last thing I wanted to do was walk back but the stop was a bus stop, not a subway. The schedule sign was in Japanese so we had no clue what we were doing so we just walked back.
As it seems I haven't been posting for a few days, that is true. One of the weird things about crossing the international date line is that you lose a day. So it is June 11th here, and only June 10th over there, and it will be this way for the rest of the trip. Keep that in mind, and sorry if it confuses you. Yesterday Matt and Amrita took us to the airport and bid us goodbye. It was pretty tough to say goodbye to them; we had a fantastic week with them. But we had the rest of our ...
... We enjoyed playing air hockey (Lauren narrowly beat me - mid way through the game loads of small pucks flew out and it threw me, If it was traditional air hockey it would have been a different story) and eating ice cream while watching the more serious gamers in action on the many machines. One particular guy had brought his own towel to dry himself
down in between ...
Ho hum, we finish crossing the lake then jump on a ferry bus to take us to the only open Ropeway terminal which was even higher in the mountains. By now i'd given up every getting a good shot but wheb we finally reached the top, there it was, Mount Fuji in all it's glory. A little cloud at the top obscured the snow cap but still, it's a damn fine mountain and tbh arguably the most easily recognised in the world. Pretty damn awesome truth be told.