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Today I headed to mt fuji. It was a 4 and a half hour trip, setting off at 6.30 am and arriving by 11am at my hostel. Having postponed my trip to fuji because of bad weather 3 days ago, I was hoping for a clear day for the best views. At first Fuji was covered by some low hanging clouds but as the day wore on I got lucky again and they gradually dispersed. I decided that the best ...
... one and ninety minutes for another, everything else was pretty quick though and there were only a couple of things we missed out. Three of the coasters had world records, although I'm not sure their records still stand. We did the (once) fastest, the one with the biggest gradient drop and Dunk & the kids did the tallest (I bottled that one!). The most notable thing about it though was Mount Fuji itself, as ...
This is today, I'm almost caught up again! Writing this in the Kowakien Inn, another lovely hotel well past it's prime, but nice comfy western style beds. Last night at the Hilton we were on futons and we all agreed this morning that we may as well have lied on a duvet on the floor because that's pretty much all it was. We were doing the Hakone ...
... carriages regularly and doesn't charge like British Rail! We reckoned on there being about 1600 seats on these trains and they are every half hour or so between Tokyo and Kyoto and they are busy. I'm sure the stats are amazing. The cutest thing though are the guards, every time they come into or leave a carriage they turn and bow to everyone. Sweet. We also picked up the ...
... there are days it can be seen from Tokyo! But I wasn't that lucky.
After crossing the lake, we took a gondola up the mountain, stopping near an area of sulfur springs. Of course, it was a bit smelly. This area is famous for black eggs, which are eggs that have been boiled in the hot springs. The sulfur turns the shell completely black. However, the inside looks the same. According the Japanese legend, eating these eggs adds years to your ...
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