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  • Un quoi? un désert ?Départ de l'hôtel à 7h30 ou la proprio et son aide (ou son fils?) nous donnent de petits souvenirs (bonbons, sent bons, photo souvenir). On prend le train de 8h00 pour arriver à Tottori à 10h30. Pendant la préparat Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 16, 2011
  • Péninsule d'Izu<u>4 avril</u> On est parti de Tokyo aujourd'hui pour se rendre dans la p&eacute;ninsule d'Izu &agrave; environ 100 km &agrave; l'ouest. On est assez &eacute;tonne d'y voir des palmiers!! Bien oui, la region a un climat semi-tropical, le printemps Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 4, 2011
  • Péninsule d'Izu - la suite.Bonjour, Aujourd'hui, on fait une petite exp&eacute;dition &agrave; la pointe de la p&eacute;ninsule &agrave; la ville portuaire de Shimoda. On prend un train local qui, pendant 1 heure, nous permet de voir de curieuses montagnes vertes et des vues magn Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 5, 2011
  • A Kyoto pour une semaineBonjour tout le monde, R&eacute;veil vers les 7h00 au doux son des annonces sur les coupure de courant (aucune pour aujourd;hui encore) dans le m&eacute;gaphone de la ville. Aujourd'hui est une journ&eacute;e de transit. Nos bagages ont &eacute;t&eacute Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 6, 2011
  • Une étampe? mais ou?Bonjour, Juste une petite note pour dire que nous sommes &agrave; Kyoto (&agrave; plus de 500 km de Tokyo qui est elle-m&ecirc;me &agrave; plus de 300 km de Sendai) depuis hier. On est tellement loin de Sendai qu'on n'a m&ecirc;me pas Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 7, 2011
  • Temples, jardins, cerisiers et templesBonsoir, Aujourd'hui, grosse journ&eacute;e de visite de temples. Fait &eacute;tonnant, on n'a presque pas boug&eacute; de la journ&eacute;e et pourtant on a march&eacute; toute la journ&eacute;e. On s'est rendu en autobus, dans le nord de Kyoto pour se Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 8, 2011
  • On pélerineCe matin, dimanche, gros soleil. On d&eacute;cide de ne pas faire notre excursion hors ville aujourd'hui parce qu'il y aura trop de monde l&agrave;-bas. A la place, on va faire &ccedil;a relaxe dans le quartier Fushimi de Kyoto. On commence Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 9, 2011
  • Arrivée à TokyoLongue, tr&egrave;s longue journ&eacute;e... <ul><li>Debout &agrave; 5h00 am, shuttle &agrave; 5h30</li><li>2 heures d'attente &agrave; Dorval</li><li>6 heures de vol pour Los Angeles</li><li>5 heures d'attente &agrave; Los Angeles</li><li>11 heures de Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Mar 29, 2011
  • Ou sont les cerisiers?Bonjour tout le monde, D'abord, une petite note sur le d&eacute;lestage d'&eacute;lectricit&eacute;: c'est fini pour le moment. En effet, les "black-out" sont arr&ecirc;t&eacute;s depuis 3 jours, depuis que la temp&eacute;rature a mont&eacute; un peu pou Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Mar 30, 2011
  • Journée gadgetBonjour tout le monde, Lev&eacute;e du corps tardive aujourd'hui, &ccedil;a fait du bien de dormir comme &ccedil;a! On a donc commenc&eacute; notre journ&eacute;e tard: d&eacute;jeuner tard, r&eacute;pondre aux courriels tard, et partir de l'h&ocirc;tel Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Mar 31, 2011
  • Affaire et sakéBonjour, Aujourd'hui, rencontre avec notre distributeur japonais. C'est comique, il a l'air tellement nerveux au d&eacute;but, il perle de sueur le pauvre. Pourtant, me semble qu'Yves n'est pas bien intimidant... Donc, matin&eacute;e &agrave; parler affa Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 1, 2011
  • Marche en montagneBonjour, Quelle journ&eacute;e on a choisit pour aller en montagne! On ne pr&eacute;voit pas plus de 10 C et nuageux. Heureusement, on a apport&eacute; nos gants, tuques et foulard pour ce voyage. C'est donc relativement t&ocirc;t qu'on prend le m&eacut Posted by cousinehelene in Adventures by cousinehelene | Apr 2, 2011
  • Departing Japan from TokyoBefore we arrived in Japan, we did a fair amount of research and we also met a few travellers that gave us some useful tips about the country. Some of the tips were great, with hindsight, the comment that sticks Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Mar 6, 2015
  • Mount FujiLeaving Takayama we travelled via Nagoya to Tokyo and the train line ran about 30 miles south of Mount Fuji. On the way, we were fortunate enough to get a wonderful view of a superb looking mountain, but the Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Mar 3, 2015
  • Yasukuni ShrineWhilst in Tokyo, we spent a day in the Imperial Palace Gardens and at the Yasukuni Shrine. The Imperial Palace, is where their Majesties the Emperor and Empress reside. This is in the very heart of Tokyo and the palace Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Mar 5, 2015
  • Hiroshima - 1st Atomic BombWe left Fukuoka on Japan's Shinkansen high speed bullet train heading 284 Km (176 miles) north east to Hiroshima - we were a little disappointed the journey was just over the hour Lol. We actually both felt quite nervous on Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 24, 2015
  • Fukuoka City TourWe chose Fukuoka as a starting point in Japan, as it was a short plane hop from South Korea, and it took us into South West Japan. This created a straight line route up towards Tokyo via other major attractions Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 23, 2015
  • Kyoto - The imperial capital of JapanKyoto is a city located in the central part of the island of Honshu and was the imperial capital of Japan for more than one thousand years. Due to its historic value, the city was removed from the list Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 27, 2015
  • A day out in OsakaOsaka did not have any real attraction but as it was on the way we dipped our toe in for the day. We both have a love of animals, preferably not in captivity, but as Osaka has one of the largest Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 26, 2015
  • TakayamaHaving arrived in Fukuoka, visited 'The Peace Memorial' in Hiroshima and gasped at the prices in Kyoto, we headed north east, away from any major cities into the mountains. Takayama is a small town in the mountainous Hida region of Gifu Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 28, 2015
  • Nervous start to JapanI think it fair to say we are getting worse at flying - this maybe due to the recent unfortunate plane crashes on airlines we use, and from airports we frequent. Today did not help things when we had Posted by mktravels in M&K World Tour 2 | Feb 22, 2015
  • Chasing Sakura in Japan Part 1I put Japan on my bucket list after talking to Harumi while in Fairbanks AK chasing the Northern Lights. She convinced me that visiting Japan during cherry blossom season would be the best time. I checked on the Internet and Posted by vegasmike6 in Mike's Adventures | Jun 22, 2017
  • NagasakiYesterday we got up and transferred to Nagasaki, which took most of the day. Our hotel was near China town in Nagasaki, so we went to eat Chinese food and roamed through a shopping district. Today, we got up Posted by debnrob98 in Tripping with the Niles' | Jun 16, 2017
  • Nara and Fushimi Inari ShrineToday we got up and took the train to Nara. We rode a local bus to. Are Park where Nara deer roam freely throughout and around the park. Garrett got deer crackers to feed them, and they were quite aggressive. Posted by debnrob98 in Tripping with the Niles' | Jun 14, 2017
  • Kyoto Day 2We had a full day today! We ok a train to the outskirts of Kyoto, to Arashiyama. We got off the train and was walkin to the bamboo forest. However, we passed up the turn. It worked out because Posted by debnrob98 in Tripping with the Niles' | Jun 13, 2017
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