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... yesterday maybe if i take my speed racer up the mountain I can get a better shot, for the next 3 hours I ascend up the slope, after the first hour my legs are complete rubber, i can no longer feel them, every push with the pedal is a complete battle, grab a drink out of my basket and spot a golf course another 1.5km away, that was the longest 1.5km of my life, I cant make it anymore up this mountain and the clouds are not going away, so i watch ...
... often needed to move his legs up and down, left to right to avoid the shrubbery. Looking back, the view was quite spectacular, with the shine shining on the town below while the mountains were dominated by clouds. After two chair lift journeys we were on the path the start our hike.
We reached Happo-ike (Happo pond) in approximately an hour, much less time than was suggested at the tourist centre, to eat our lunch. We had no plans of ...
... our descent and walk slowly down. Now the suffering starts as climbing down is becoming the bigger challenge than the hike up. The gravel is loose and you have to pick carefully where to step without loosing the balance.
Now I regret that I wear soft shoes and my toes start to hurt. The climbing down takes all of our forces and we think that we have used the same amount of time as going up.
... Half way up we pass them as they rest exhausted before the next attempt. We don't stop and continue our way up. As all the path is easy to follow (no one is allowed to use other than the official path), but steep, we pass the station 6, 7, and 8. We arrive at 22:30 at station 9a and decide to lodge there.
For a reasonable CHF 55.- per person we get a bunk bed with approximately 150 others and rest until 02:00 when the climbers ...
... as homes or defensive posts during the Tokugawa Shogunate. The more I read up on the history of each city, the more I realized just how much influence his family had had in most of Japan.
So, real quick history lesson. The Battle of Sekigahara occured on October 21, 1600. This was the definitive battle for the Tokugawa Shogunate in its quest to control Japan. Sekigahara is know as the beginning of ...
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