today I’m taking you with me to our mount fuji tour!! How exciting!
so how exactly does mount fuji look like in person!?
I’m afraid I can’t tell you that because I didn’t get to see it!
One thing with travel, actually is with a lot of things too, is that you need the weather’s blessing. You could have the perfect itinerary planned but it will be useless with evil weather. If you have been reading my Tokyo journeys you will know unfortunately the weather had been absolutely terrible to us most of the time we were there.
So yeah since it had been raining the last night before our tour, the mountain was covered in thick fog, also some left over dirty snow. Just like that I kept hoping at least at one point on the way we will get to see the mountain, but no luck even when we took the cable car to the top of the mountain next to it. The only thing you can see is just a wall of white fog surrounding you.
And you were like daaaaamn so we pay for this tour rode for the whole day to see mount fuji and this is what we get in the end? Yeah it sucks, you’re disappointed but what can you do? It aint the tour guides fault it aint the cable car controllers fault, we were simply screwed by the weather:)
Although thanks for the thick thick fog make lake Ashi looked like a fantasy land, beautiful.
Quite a bummer we didnt ge to see it, maybe next time:)
Breakfast got from 7-11, yummmmmm. Riceball with half-cooked egg.
Our lunch, looks like a feast but it actually wasnt plenty at all.
Me and the dirty snow
Demonstrating my artistic side at the tourist center hehe
We took a photo of the mount fuji shot on the souvenirs store and said we gonna tell people we actually saw it, haha. NOT-_-
We took shinkasen bullet train back to Tokyo and missed our stop cause we were sleeping