"Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer."
Fast-forward through Japan – Part 3: Kyoto, Mt. Fuji and Tokyo
I have to admit that I am quite lazy about writing at the moment.
The fast-forward travel style in Japan made me getting tired so that I have problems to get up some pace here in Tokyo.
There were so many impressions within the last seven days. Actually, I think my brain just needs some time to transfer the information to the long-term-memory area which lowers down the performance of the system called by body.
Well, what does it have to transmit? Besides the impressions of the beautiful temples and shrines in Kyoto which I gathered in a really hard way (I actually did 45 km biking in 1.5 days while it was raining cats and dogs)
I will keep for sure the goose bump feeling when the train in Kawaguchiko turned the corner and Mt. Fuji was visible in the little window.
I will try to dispose the memories of noisy Chinese tourist groups at the middle station of the mountain (there are actually busses going up to 2.305 meters) in my memory wastebasket.
For Tokyo I am still not sure what kind of summary I will take away from this city. I was not overwhelmed by anything than it extraordinary extend and probably have to think about a good résumé tonight during my stopover flight to Kuala Lumpur.