Travel Blogs from Maebashi
We awoke early to (newly upgraded) Typhoon Man-Yi raining down all around us. By the time we wanted to leave our place, it had become clear to me that no amount of umbrellas was going to make dragging a baby and all our luggage to the subway station survivable. So, to my amusement, I asked the desk guy if he could call a taxi. In complete shock, he …
We awoke a little early and spent some time reading until the ryokan's hot water turned on at 7:30. After a shower, wife shower, and baby shower, we headed out the door. Actually, you can't really leave our ryokan without the owner coming out of her area to greet and see you off for the day. She's nice.
We walked southeast toward the …
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two slices of full grain bread. Or else you might have once again baked
meat and salad.
Snack a banana.
Dinner Grilled fish and salad.
Late cravings 4 carrots.
3 spoons of oat food, a spoon of honey in addition to a cup of plain
(not sweetened) yoghurt. Mix anything and take in it.
Lunch Baked meat fillet and salad.
Snack a cup of simple (not ...
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12-14 entirely developed curry leaves each early morning for 3 months.
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The Indian plum, ...
... course we'd just missed one, so we walked up to the bend in the river where the larger hotels and the bus stop are. There was a very small waiting room with a couple of stools, a vending machine, and a sink in the corner. I left M-P there while I walked further up the hill to take some more pictures of the winter wonderland, because that would be my only snow of the season, except for Tokyo's Yearly Day of Snow (which came on the 29th of ...