I wanted to show all the pictures I took in Japan but I can’t of course (how badly I ever want to) because 500 pictures just won’t fit on the site. Therefore I’ve tried to do some collages to show off the best stuff in one picture.
The pictures are a little bit messy, everyone ain’t from the exacly same place and time. I mixed them for more effect and variarity.
Anyway, we “climbed” a mountain (with ropeway) to get a view of Mt. Fuji. Yes, we were too lazy to climb the actuall mountain, let us! We had walked two days before in rain to visit a cave and the Premium Outlet so we were kind of tired and sore and an easy trip was nice. The mounain has this kind of story that I told about before. About a racoon who kills the rabbits friends wife and as revenge the rabbit put the racoon on fire and made him run all way down to the water were the rabbit made him drown. Nice little story, huh?
We saw Tokyo from both top and below, their high buildings are really cool! Walking around in the crazy heat in Tokyo we visit every big shopping center we could find. Their aircondition was very welcoming and it was fun to find stuff to good prices. If you are a tourist, you have to tour. We walked to different temples in Kyoto and we even found scouts from other parts of the world.
Problably the most important part. The Jamboreen camp! We went on different activities each day like Science where we got to drive a solar panel driven car, Culture where we got to try typical things from different countries, go to the beach at the water activity, visit Hiroshima and hear about the tragedy at the peace program and much more! Beside that we got to visit other camps and meet people all around the world! It was really something never to forget. All these expressions from everywhere you could think of, not only Japan! Now afterwards I can tell I was right about that I wouldn’t miss a single thing. Sounds strange but everything that happened is a part of the adventure and experience.
I hope I get to go on the next Jamboreen in USA, 2019!