Whilst in Mt Fuji, we visited The Chureito Pagoda (忠霊塔, Chūreitō), which is a five storied pagoda on the mountainside overlooking Fujiyoshida City and Mount Fuji.
It is a part of the Arakura Sengen Shrine that was built as a peace memorial in 1963. There are nearly 400 steps up the mountain from the shrine’s main buildings.
Topping up my water bottle from the dragon fountain that provides cleansing water before visiting the shrine.
Mount Fuji is Japan’s tallest mountain and most iconic landmark. It is 3776 metres above sea level and it was an amazing thing to see on such a cold, yet beautiful day.
There are cedar trees that were planted around 800 years ago standing solemnly between both sides of the stone pavement. We were there during winter (for the snow) so no blossoms for us.
There were signs to ‘Beware of Monkeys’, so naturally, I started making monkey sounds to call them to us, you can watch below!
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Melbourne has come through with some glorious sunny weather for The Arnold Classic this year. The Arnold Classic is the world’s largest annual multi-sport expo, held in Melbourne from the 17th – 19th of March this year.
My fiance, Tarren and I headed to the Exhibition Centre on Friday. Where we enjoyed live sports, health and fitness workshops and meeting some of our favourite athletes.
We filmed traveling to and from the expo and what to expect once you get inside. I also included a sneaky gym workout at the end of the vlog, you can check it out below!
I met one of my fitness inspirations and favourite YouTubers, Heidi Sommers aka Buff Bunny. I brought her a converse keyring as a little joke and she thought it was hilarious, calling it “Heidi size”. Heidi was incredibly kind and gave us a lot of her time.
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