Hokkaido Day 3 // Gin Ga No Taki // Noboribetsu η™»εˆ«

Toilet break! Half way through our 4 hours drive.

So cute lah! @shopaholicdeb your fave!

Little doggie eating ice cream.. So adorable!

#charmmylovestotravel #charmmyinhokkaido

The hubs enjoying his sausage. πŸ˜†

And just because both my hubs and I left our socks in our bigger luggage which had left at the concierges at Sapporo, we had to get some new socks from the store at the hotel lobby. πŸ˜†

Show you my hubs's maguro socks later..

Bara Chirashi for breakfast πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

And onsen egg..what's more to ask for..

And I could finally eat my Tamago..

The Yakult wasn't part of the buffet, got it from the 7-eleven opposite the hotel😁

Here's my hubs maguro socks πŸ˜†

This Gin Ga No Taki (ι“Άζ²³δΉ‹ζ·Ή) is just 5 mins drive from our hotel.

There are two waterfalls there, side by side of each other. The other one is called Ryu Sei No Taki (ζ΅ζ˜ŸδΉ‹ζ·Ή)

Accidentally caught this candid shot while we were trying to get the best angle with our selfie stick to capture the waterfall. Epic fail πŸ˜†

Visiting the ninja village…

Err.. Met a not so tall ninja 😁

Jigokudani Hell Valley πŸ™Š.. Very pungent πŸ˜†


Today's #travelootd

Seafood feast

Our driver bought us for a seafood feast. At our own expense lah..

Grilled whelks!!

Their sashimi was a great disappointment though except for the amaebi..

Think we kinda over-ordered..

Seafood feast for lunch!

Snow crabs!

Alaskan King crab, each cost around S$200 I think..

Grilled squid..

Grilled giant whelks!!

All my good friends πŸ˜πŸ˜‹

Quite disappointed with their sashimi though 😩

Our feast cost around S$800+, that's around S$100 per pax 😳

Think Noryangjin is more worth it..

The Alaskan King crab is πŸ‘πŸ»

The gong gong lookalike is awesome too!

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