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My Presence At Mount Fuji, Japan

CHECKED OUT EARLY ON THE 4TH DAY TO MOUNT FUJI!

It was really cold, thank goodness of my lightweight winter jacket, though it makes me "bloated" up, it also gives me a the heat that I desperately need then.  As usual after our early breakfast, we checked out and the as the bus moved out, the friendly staff bowed and waved at us happily.... such nice and warm gestures from them.  No wonder my country responded to the "Look East Policy" many years ago... how much we learn from them.... oh well.....

Mount Fuji, it is a dormant volcano with a height of 3776 meters and the highest mountain in Japan.  We stopped at the first peak... 1291 meters, at least this time I managed to go there and picked up some photos... LOL.....
As the bus drove pass.....
This is where the buses stopped... 
Oh my goodness!  People here and there again!
Yes, snow and more snow here and there.... 
Have to be pretty careful stepping on these... for yours truly!
One couple kept slipping and falling on each other.... so happily too!
Mount Fuji from this angle..... 
And my crazy poses as I made my Mark here!
Fly, fly and awwwaaaayyyyyy.......



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  1. I like the colour of your jacket, nice...

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  2. I went there too. Threw my first snowball...at my missus and she was not amused. Humph!!! :D

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    1. Hahaha.. Maybe your snowball was a bit too big! hahaaaa

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  3. Snow every where! I love it but not the coldness. Haha.

    You should jump into the snow and make the Angel as the mark. ;)

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  4. Many happy poses from you!

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  5. I love your pretty pink and white outfit!!! You match the snow. I am so glad you did not try to CLIMB the mountain!! Everyone looking so happy!

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    1. No one is allowed to... yes, taking pictures with the snow brings out smiles..

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  6. Pink goes with white looks very nice and pretty

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  7. Outstanding in the pink jacket! You all didn't throw any snow balls at each other?

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  8. I am planning to join the hikers to scale Mount Fuji, maybe next year.

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