Toyama Daiichi Hotel
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Heavy dinner again with even more food than the previous night. Unbelievable food. The rice had been harvested only a few days ago. I have not tasted rice this good before. Needless to say, I couldn't eat the sashimi and couldn't offload it to anyone else. i did boil one piece of tuna in the soup and it tasted OK.
The big boss of the ryokan, usually a woman, came out to thank us for staying. I guess she ...
... and I didn't touch and dessert was mango pudding and some small Japanese plums that tasted like a mix between plums and grapes. Joseph had the pudding and I had his plums.
After dinner, it was back to the room for more laundry. The staff had made our beds up and rolled out the futons. I should have placed another mattress underneath. Just having only one futon was a little hard. It will be two tomorrow night.
... difficult first thing in the morning when all you really want to do is make it to the toilet and back to your room again without human interaction of any kind.
#3. Gradually succumbing to a general state of roaming the circus grounds in clothing that was previously classified as 'home only' clothing. When it's 100 degrees outside and you change into and out of your costume several times a day, what you wear in between becomes less and less important. This ...
The forward was quite uneventful, we could book for most of the trains until we had to change crossing the Japanese Alps. Here no reservation was possible and we were standing for 2 hours in a train packed with people
Arriving in Ouzo we has to walk quite a bit and it was not very inspiring. The town is very americanized with shopping malls and the ...
... daily. The key to our survival has been making sure we stay well hydrated. The air conditioners in the tent are mediocre at best and our trapeze team graces the very hottest part of the tent, the cupola. We have a fan positioned directly above the platform, but often it feels more like a hair dryer. Chalk is our friend....lots and lots of chalk...and wrist wraps and small towels. When the name of the game is for the catcher and flyer to lock hands at the ...