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16 Jun 2013 : We're sitting in the back of a local bus heading towards Lake Motosu with snow-capped Mount Fuji occasionally making an appearance outside our windows. The driver, a diminutive Japanese man in his forties, fixes his attention on the road despite our audible "Oohs," and "Ahhs," and non-stop camera clicks. It's been some 30 minutes since we've left Kawaguchiko Station, a well-known gateway for the exploration of Mount Fuji and its five surrounding lakes. Unlike most tourists, our destination today is the lesser-known Lake Shoji, the smallest of the five but arguably the most attractive.
TRAVEL SCRAPBOOK Uncovering provincial pearls
13 Jun 2013 : One of the first sights that greeted us when we stepped off the bus in Pho Sri, a village in Suphan Buri's Bang Pla Ma district, was an elderly man with a delighted grin plastered across his face. We later discovered that his name was Charoen Nutha and that he was 67.
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