Not using cable car is a theme for today.
And, we took the trail No.6 bearing in mind that we might go farther up to another peak called Kobotoke-Shiroyama reachable by a walk of some one hour from Mt. Takao.
Our guest, Ms. Connie a lady from Philippines, has a plan to climb up Mt. Fuji during her next visit to our country (the forth of her career), and this was a training for that event, a sort of.
So, we tried to walk a bit faster, or tried not to stop so often for guiding, though we were often forced to stop because of a big group of pupils of primary school of no less than 200.
She has a very good character of out-going, and was very talkative and even seemed to have no moment of silence.
So, my colleague Nosan and I had a quite easy time all day long.
Though we couldn’t reach the summit of Kobotoke-Shiroyama, and compromised at a plateau called Momiji-dai, she could complete the walking up and down all the way.
I thought it was quite something for her only on the second day of her journey after a long flight.
Thank you, and congratulations, Ms. Connie. (by Sumo)