Sunday, November 24, 2013

Kiso Road Day 3 or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Horse Sashimi

Breakfast at Murachiya.
We had to wait a while for our train from Kiso-Fukushima to Nagiso, so we walked around town some more.

Nagiso isn't the most interesting town, but they do have the momosukebashi (桃介橋), which is apparently one of the longest wooden suspension bridges in Japan.

From Nagiso, we hiked to Tsumago, our next destination. On the way, I played with the "vivid colors" setting on the camera to turn it into a tropical rain forest.
Back on non-vivid colors.

We decided to let Gus stretch his legs a little.
Endurance events aren't really his thing. He's more of a short-sprint kind of guy.
And an attacking the photographer with a toy hammer kind of guy.
Exploring Tsumago.

We spent our third night at a place called Daikichi (大吉). They definitely had the fanciest food that we got all week.

Including fun stuff like crickets preserved in soy sauce...
...and more horse sashimi.

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