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... trail had many signs pointing the correct direction and maps outlying the route. It also confirmed that getting a bus at Hatajuku was the best plan. Although almost an hour had passed, I was surprised when we soon arrived at the Amazake Chaya (tea house). Will had recently awoken as I had slipped and jolted him from his nap. Fortunately he was happy to find himself hiking with Mommy and Daddy. Since neither Mike nor I are big tea drinkers, we didn’t feel like ...
... to figure out how to order drinks. Much to our surprise, the basic drink was included. I nabbed some curry and it was so good! From there, we wandered and checked out all the little businesses around. We eventually found ourselves going through a tunnel that went from Zushi to Hayama, where Jiji was raised. While there, we climbed a big hill, which seemed like a mountain to meand my knees, and made it to the top. On ...
... consisting of a number of small varied dishes. And varied they are. At one point Mary's cousin exclaims "well, I think there is something edible in there." There are beautiful pieces of sashimi, plenty of rice, pickled vegetables, miso soup, white wallpaper paste and something that looked like a cross between a chestnut and a mushroom. Some fish jelly thing. And other things I can not even identify. I'm a fairly adventurous eater, but ...
... real estate with quaint houses and lots of restorations going on. Nowhere to park on the small blocks so they are quite adept at parking in the smallest of spaces.
The beach is big wide south facing,but the sand is talcum powder grey.
It was very busy being Sunday but you could get away from the crowds by going to the back streets and we enjoyed just seeing how the locals lived.
As it is a surfing town, ...
... the "retro bus" all the way to the last station at Kawaguchiko
Shizen Seikatsu-kan (Natural Living Center). I was treated with great views, but just was not in the right position to see Mt. Fuji and the sun setting at the same time. Also, there seemed to be too many ripples in the lake so I didn't get that awesome reflection picture I was hoping for. Still, it was pretty nice.
I took a very crowded retro bus back to my hostel after ...