Japan part three

From Tokyo we moved to Nikko, to see the mausoleum of Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu. It was cold as f@#k and there was still snow here and there. Then back to Tokyo and on to the western park of the island, to Kanazawa. More and more kilometers of temples, traditional houses of merchants and samurai. Szymon […]

Japan part two

Our visit to Japan is very intensive. Our phones told us that since leaving Hakone we were walking on average over 12 kilometers every day with an all time record of more than 18 kilometers one day in Kyoto. It is even more amazing when you realize that Szymon is hyperactive and running all the […]

Japan part one

First impressions upon arrival to Japan was overwhelming. How clean, orderly and organized. So quiet! And so easy to do everything. And cold again – Tytus loves it. The standard of hostels is light years ahead of those we stayed in so far. More people speak english than I expected and prices and not as […]