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  • Hey, guys.

  • Good morning.

  • I am on my way to Hokkaido.

  • I'm currently at Ibaraki Airport and I'm about to get on a flight to Shin Chitose Airport in Hokkaido.

  • I'm killing some time out the viewing deck outside Ibaraki Airport.

  • It's really cool.

  • You can come here to watch the flights land.

  • Even if you're not about to get on a plane.

  • Just anybody can pop in while we're waiting for a check in time.

  • We went to Sora, which is a little station super close to the airport where you can get in the pool.

  • They had a pool there.

  • There were goats and rabbits to play with.

  • There were hammocks, restaurants.

  • There was a little bit of everything.

  • So if you're into that and you've got some time to kill before your flight, do check it out.

  • I thought that was pretty cool.

  • I'm about to head off to Al Qaeda with my friend Emma.

  • She's over there, and we're going to stay in a log cabin and we're gonna explore a forest.

  • We're gonna have a barbecue.

  • Kind of like a little nature retreat, and I'm really looking forward to it.

  • I think it's about time to get on our flight.

  • So we better go and I will see you guys again in Hokkaido.

  • The way to the hotel now driving through a forest.

  • Thanks.

  • We've just been shown to our room.

  • It's really cool.

  • It's like a long cabin and it smells amazing.

  • It smells how you would imagine it to smell Very Woody.

  • It's so lovely.

  • Anyways, I'm gonna give you guys a tour in the morning because we're pooped.

  • We're gonna go to sleep on.

  • I'll see you very soon when we wake up by now.

  • Morning guys were just waking up.

  • We had a really nice sleep.

  • Beds were super comfy.

  • Really excited.

  • Give you a tour of this place.

  • A super cool.

  • Take your shoes off when you come in.

  • And then there's a shared kitchen area.

  • And listen, you come into our room here near the TV.

  • I never used the TV when I'm in a hotel because why watch TV when you're somewhere cool Explorer?

  • Right?

  • Beds were super comfy.

  • Like I said, they have a really nice comforter.

  • And there's this really cool lamp.

  • But you can adjust your own half about those Illini.

  • We're in the middle of a forest.

  • Want to say I don't know where we are exactly, because it was pitch black when we drove through the forest.

  • But if you look out the window, it's so gorgeous.

  • I feel like I'm camping and I absolutely love camping.

  • So this hotel makes me really happy.

  • We're about to go and get some breakfast, and then we'll be off to our first location for the day.

  • Right, guys?

  • Right.

  • Our first stop for today.

  • This is Tony Nico, meet.

  • You know, Rocky, you don't know what a meeting AKI is.

  • I'm super excited that I get to explain it to you.

  • It's basically a roadside stop so somewhere you'll stop if you're on the highway.

  • If you're on a road trip and you need someone to go to the washroom or buy some food, it might sound pretty basic.

  • You probably have them in your own country, but the roadside stops in Japan are so nice because each one is kind of unique, and they sell products that are only available in that area.

  • Each one usually has its own flavor of unique ice cream.

  • For some reason, that's the thing.

  • They sell local products local produce.

  • We are gonna do a barbecue later on today, so we need to buy some fresh vegetables.

  • That is our goal.

  • So let's go do that.

  • Local veggies grown by farmers in the area.

  • 00 crap.

  • I think I'm gonna pass on the road.

  • What kind of vegetables would be good for a barbecue?

  • Maybe zucchini.

  • 100 yen for the fresh Nichols you need.

  • Look at these mushrooms.

  • She took it so good.

  • I'm so excited for this barbecue.

  • What wine husk up.

  • Apparently Scott Berries.

  • Thes air.

  • Apparently garlic that don't smell That will get for the barbecue.

  • Why would you want God?

  • It didn't smell.

  • That's true to a point.

  • But I say we try it and see if it tastes like normal girls.

  • I found them.

  • They have busted up flavored water that's unique to this area's gonna get like a sour berry I've never had.

  • Well, that's really good.

  • It does like grapes over.

  • It was a great candy.

  • Really refreshing.

  • I love these flavored water.

  • Such a house.

  • A really nice.

  • We have arrived barbecue spot and we're setting up for a barbecue and getting ready to go.

  • They've washed all the veggies.

  • They ordered some meat.

  • You can also order things to eat at the place itself.

  • Or you could just bring your own foods if you're happy with that.

  • We just realized that honey sauce.

  • We didn't buy any sauce at the store, but the place has provided us with some salt and pepper.

  • So that's perfect.

  • It's a good she would like to have a fresh She took it from Hokkaido.

  • Wow, that's really good.

  • Our veggies are almost all finished.

  • I'm really excited for the garlic.

  • Uncensored garlic military planes flying over.

  • So like a couple of hours even see one.

  • My fault on that one.

  • He's good.

  • The vegetables are so tasty up here.

  • You really can't notice a difference in flavor to say like something in Tokyo recognises.

  • Thank you.

  • Wow, that looks so good.

  • It really doesn't smell like anything.

  • Emma said it was yummy.

  • So Oh, wow.

  • It doesn't really taste like garlic, but it is really good.

  • I don't know how to explain it.

  • It's like a really mild garlic.

  • It really doesn't have a sense.

  • So I feel like I'm not gonna have bad garlic breath all day.

  • You know what an invention.

  • I should probably introduce you guys to Brennan.

  • He's been chilling with us all day.

  • He's from New Zealand and he works here in Al Qaeda.

  • He's been our tour guide.

  • It's been really em on.

  • Brennan were eating some husk up ice cream, and I'm gonna try the husk up wine, which is actually 8%.

  • I didn't realize it had so much alcohol in it.

  • Cheers.

  • Uh huh.

  • That's very whiny.

  • No wine fan at all.

  • Those kind of hoping it would taste like Jews.

  • That's wine.

  • We're going for a hike next.

  • So we're gonna put on some food way, Apparently, really steep.

  • Walk down Very that way.

  • The reason we're walking through the river is because the best place to get a shot of gorge here is in the middle of the river.

  • Luckily, pretty shallow thes are rocks.

  • This is made from compressed volcanic ash.

  • Kind of worrying Feels like it could come crumbling down at any moment now.

  • Whoa, That was way too easy.

  • Oh, dear.

  • Just climb back up.

  • Well, that was a work Hope.

  • I'm really glad that they keep it all natural.

  • And they didn't build stairs or like a hiking path or anything.

  • It's really just a cliff.

  • And you use a rope to get down there.

  • Lots of fun.

  • Nice work.

  • Nice or high five.

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah.

  • Just when we thought we had enough exercise for the day.

  • We're gonna climb a mountain next, but I think that will be our last stop for the day.

  • I think it's pretty cool.

  • I really like the past.

  • They have here still looks natural, but it's easy to hike because they've made little stairs with logs.

  • And it's nice and cool because that amount you hear the bell on that hikers backpack.

  • That's to scare the bears away because there's Berries on this mountain.

  • We don't have bear bells, but yeah, it was bearable for saving our lives.

  • I think it would be pretty rare for them to come to the area where all the hikers are.

  • I'd probably be scared of big groups of people, so should be okay.

  • Take care of us at the top.

  • My God, I am out of breath.

  • But the view is gonna be worth it, I hope.

  • Oh, no.

  • I can see lots more Stairs might be wondering where there are.

  • So many benches up here because you could sit and enjoy the view of the lake.

  • What?

  • I didn't see this coming has a really cool surprise.

  • Wow, It's so pretty.

  • I was playing leaves in two hours to go back way.

  • We should actually probably leave, Which is unfortunate, because this view is so gorgeous.

  • You guys, clearly, it's not gonna look amazing on the camera.

  • So I do hope that some of you make it up here yourself to see it in person because this is so impressive.

  • I have no idea that this is what was gonna be waiting for us, That we're gonna climb the mountain, maybe have a view of the city.

  • But the link is so beautiful.

  • I guess I'm gonna say bye here.

  • I hope you enjoyed our adventure in Hokkaido.

  • Tomakomai.

  • It was gorgeous.

  • I had so much fun.

  • Go.

  • Let's exercise done.

  • I feel great.

  • And it's just been nice breathing in this really fresh Hokkaido air.

  • Highly recommend it.

  • If you would like more information about the activities I did today I will link from down below in the description box.

  • Thanks so much, guys.

  • I'll see you very soon.

Hey, guys.

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