1 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-19 04:52
Have you ever climbed Everest? Or perhaps even walked around part of your city you've never been to before?
Gather round, weary travelers and tell us the once-and-forever tales of your life's journey; no matter how epic, no matter how small. Post about your escapades, sidequests, expeditions, travels, discoveries etc. in this thread
2 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-19 08:19
at this point, I haven't got out of my house for at least a year
3 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-22 15:47
When I went to Japan in 2019 I went hiking in the mountains around Tokyo. All of the trails were relaxing, but one of them was somewhat harder though still not too bad for a non-hiker like me. It was quite long and I forgot water but thankfully part of the trail ran across a river so I was able to take a break and drink some. It was quite the experience, seeing such clean running natural water in the middle of a chilly winter afternoon.
I took the trail all the way to the end and at the top, I was greeted with a direct line of sight to Mt Fuji. I hadn't taken the bullet train to Osaka yet, so Mt Fuji hadn't even crossed my mind up until this point. However when I got to the top of trail and saw the sight that I saw, I instinctively knew what I was looking it.
Mt Fuji is just so huge and so commanding that you simply just know when you're looking at it. I think I'll upload a picture to the photo gallery later. Of course it doesn't do it justice, but I think it's a good picture to share anyway.
4 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-24 22:59
I presume this is your picture 3-san?
5 Name: Anonymous : 2021-04-25 15:39
Looks familiar, is that Mt.Takao? I went there in 2017.
6 Name: Anonymous : 2021-06-08 21:11
Inspired by Murakami's memoir on running, I went for a long jog along the local river this morning. Not much to look at: greenery on the right, somewhat dirty water on the left. Less trash than I expected. There's a bunch of anise growing here that fills the air with its distinctive scent. A dozen or so people said "hello" back as I passed them, a nice change from the stone-faced city folk I usually encounter.