Travel Blogs from Makinohara
... me not to try and ride on the lake in a NorthWesterly wind. He said the conditions would be dangerous and when he discovered that we didn't have a car, he offered to come pick us up and take us to a better spot!! Now that's hospitality!
Nick arrived the next day as expected and another young gentlemen Matt also came along. Nick had warned me that my 10m kite might be too big but I had a hard ...
... the station officer.
Note 2 - You should try to look at the maps which you walk through because it can help you a lots.
When we arrived at bus station No.1 (the map told me like that :P), I found the time table of bus. And, This is some word which it's maybe useful to you.
平日 (Heijitsu) - Weekday
土日 (Donichi) - Weekend or Saturday
The ways to read the ...
... phones we were able to capture this incredible sight. We followed this with a short visit to a Shinto shrine, set in a tranquil wooded lake setting. Our Japanese tour guide imparted his knowledge of these areas and the Japanese way of life as we travelled, so we returned to the boat fulfilled. When it comes to religion, the Japanese have got it bang to rights....for the majority of their lives they ...
... 2 at 7.00 pm. The first thing that we did after got our baggage was checking our ways to go to Shizuoka in www.hyperdia.com. After that, we turned our JR document (Blue paper) to JR ticket at JR office in terminal. You can reserve your seat ...
Lake Hamana (浜名湖 Hamana-ko