Farm Inn Dokoka Nojo
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... wind stretch out as far as eyes can see. Everyone start snapping photos and then we head into the gift shop and start buying all types of product made of Lavander. The most interesting thing that is sold there is that delicious lavender ice cream cone. The gift shop also sell lavender soap perfume oil bath salts and dried lavender flowers.there's also a room full of dried potpourri with Fragrant smell. Next we head over to the ...
... and all was good. They had been doing a little shopping for our return journey to Sapporo.
Some of the kids were kind enough to give up their seats for us for the 30 minute trip Asahikawa. Lyn, Narelle and I were in the seat next to and opposite a young man. He was sound asleep as we, especially Joseph, tend to do. He did eventually wake up and Lyn asked him if it was after school hours with the kids going home. He said that he wasn't local and ...
... easy to walk through the icy water to have a closer look.
We have a lovely lunch in a semi French restaurant what looks like a wooden tree house. Like most places you take of your shoes and walk through the restaurant in your slippers. The whole restaurant is so adorable. It has these cute seats, cushions and a wonderful bathroom. I can't help to take a picture of it. I would love to have a bathroom like ...
... forest. But we couldn't find it at all. Just when we gave up our hunt to this forest we saw a wild deer a few meters away from us. I tried to come closer to take a picture and it wasn't even that scared because I could come close to 6 meters away from it. It probably found eating more important at that moment.
We stopped again at a shrine and temple on our way back to the hostel. Momo showed me how the praying works and ...
In the morning it was still raining and the clouds hanging low. No point to go on a mountain when you cannot see anything
So we decided to visit the lavender fields and town in Furano closed by. There farms that grow lavender - and for once not rice fields or soy beans - and those are attractions to Japanese tourists. There is a local train line going there which came handy
We ate at ...
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