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... times. I passed some local huts and the visitors center and right after that there was a serious bit of climbing. The Japanes, being practical just made a path straight up the mountain which resulted in a very steep climb. I could take just a few steps before i had to catch my breath again and even though it was pretty cold i was sweating really heavily.
I got to the top and after descending for a couple of minutes the snow was almost completely gone and it ...
... up words if he needed to. He was a bit shy but we had a good time and some good laughs. :-) We said our goodbyes halfway through the park as he had to go back home and i was heading for the hut that would be my home for the night.
It took me about an hour of walking in the rain and some asking around to find the 'Daini chozo' hut. At the reception i was told there were only three other (older female) guests and that i would ...
... bullet back to Tokyo...yep I fell asleep again!!!! and spent the evening exploring the area above Tokyo station. Under the railway bridges they had turned the empty space into little tiny restaurants. v They wernt very touristy friendly with pictures so we deicded to avoid them and go for yet some more sushi yum!!!!!
It had been a long day so we were pretty exhausted after dinner and ready for a sleep before our last day sightseeing.
... A large part of the onsen experience involves cleaning and our rooms facilities didn't compare to these. The onsen was empty, bar one man. He was from Dallas and therefore spoke English. I was strangely excited and was determined to converse with him. We had a good chat for twenty minutes, I was well aware other than Hannah, it was the first person I had spoken to in person for ten days. Feeling relaxed, we took a few Kirins, the japanese beer of choice, to our room. The ...