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... and foot massage chairs?), spent some time there, and then oozed our way back to our cozy room and melted into bed, like butter on toast.
On our last day in Hakone , and indeed, Japan, we were graced with a crystal clear day, and this meant an excellent view of majestic Mt. Fuji, a fitting end to our stay. We returned to Tokyo refreshed, relaxed, and ready for our flight to Delhi the next ...
... Mt Fuji.
That pretty much filled in the day as we got back to our accommodation just in time for dinner. I enjoyed today's meal a bit more than last nights.
Now we have packed all our stuff ready to head off to Takayama tomorrow and I've spent some time relaxing in the Onsen for the last time.
... we have a private one. None of us are keen to go naked with other people.
Dinner was very interesting we had a traditional Japanese meal I didn't like the seafood but the pork and chicken dishes were really nice.
After dinner we returned to our room and I finally got to enjoy some time in the onsen.
Now I'm relaxed and ready to sleep.
... up the courage, and after a bottle of sake, beer and a shot of schoschu, we finally made it to the grand bath. We strategically went immediately after dinner, because no one wants to be completely naked in scalding hot water on a full stomach. Except us, in order to avoid being naked around a bunch of tiny Japanese people. So we went and both agreed it was amazing. We had agreed to meet within 15 minutes (they recommended soaking ...
... almost-non-sequiteur appearance of a museum entirely dedicated to Antoine du Saint-Exupery and the Little Prince!
The botanical garden in particular overwhelmed me with the breadth of natural beauty on display. Walking among reeds and flowers in an enormous sunlit field, I felt so keenly that I've been 'doing it wrong' with an endless slog of overtime hours and wasted PTO.
I guess I just didn't know what I was ...