Toyoko Inn Fujisan Numazu Kitaguchi 1
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Travel Blogs from Numazu
... blancs, impacient, tractant d'explicar com s’ha de comprar un bitllet.
-Una dona mirant com ens ho faríem per pujar tant equipatge al bus.
-Els grups de turistes intentant ajudar-nos organitzar l’equipatge.
-Una altra senyora preguntant al conductor del bus sobre els seu bitllet.
-Un senyor gran ajudant a la seva senyora. Gairebé no tenen espai al ...
... experience and over the course of a couple days we enjoyed burgers and booze with our entertaining hostel owner and bartender Michael. He is an expat living in Japan for over 20 years and had a humorous and very American perception of Japan. I expected him to be more inundated with Japnese culture and values but like the very western styled sports bar that he ran below the hostel, his demeaner was all out american: direct, bold ...
... against the current at first, and it barely floated along. Although once we reached further out, it wasn't so bad. We floated near the same large red torii and I took a ton of pictures of it from every conceivable angle. Mt. Fuji was also visible from there so while Barry struggled to keep us in the same place and from rotating too much, I again took a ton more pictures, hehe. With 8 minutes to go, ...
... it was much too hot. I finally tried the last common type of Japanese noodles- soba, and it was delicious. Perfect for a hot day! We were foiled from going to the park again after lunch as dark clouds were rolling in and it was thundering. We decided to hurry back to our ryokan for shelter and maybe hit the park later, maybe.
It actually stopped thundering by the time we reached our place but we checked in anyways. Our rooms were ...
... look untidy. Also guys with weed eaters, hedge clippers etc ( a guy has to have his tools). Apparently they do it once a month. The only locals who weren't in on the act were the ones that had decided to go fishing. Maybe we could do this in Auckland although I'm not sure the turnout would be as large. You really had to see it to believe just how many people were out doing "the clean up".
- Free parking