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The next stop was Byodo-in Temple, which is a replica of a 950-year-old Buddhist temple in Uji, which is in Kyoto, Japan. The replica was built here at the request of a Westerner of Buddhist faith, who spent most of his life in Hawaii. It was built in the 1960's to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the first arrival of Japanese immigrants to Hawaii. It was quite a breathtaking sight, the mountains behind it served as the perfect backdrop. It was such ...
... cafe inside. The food was fine and our waitress was lovely - like they all are - willing and wanting to do anything to make your time there more comfortable when really they just want you to tip 20%. The minimum tipping percentage is 15% which is such a joke. We walked home and just as we were about to turn off the strip towards our hostel a bird shat on me. Fortunately it caught down my front so there was no bodily contact bit still - revolting. Apparently it's good luck ...
... first arrived. People here just don't seem to 'retire'....they probably don't have the choice but to keep on working.
But San Fran was glorious, the Golden Gate Bridge arching over it like a deity. I definitely want to come back to San Fran...I feel as though I have only just started to explore it.
Anyhow, we left San Fran this morning, after some adventure where the dim-bat taxi driver took us to the wrong airport (there are ...
... and refreshing. We didn't want to leave, but we did – about 10:15.
After getting dressed and cleaning up the room, we hopped in the car again heading towards the Polynesian Cultural Center (PCC). On the way, we stopped at Leonard’s Bakery that was recommended to us. They are famous for "malasadas" which is nothing more than fried dough with sugar on it. Kind of like the donuts you get at a Chinese ...
... their broken, sand dusted guitars. I had a fantastic time. I got a small sunburn on my cheeks and forehead that day. Later that night, we watched a sketch artist on the street. There were several street performers and advertisers vying for attention. Before we went to sleep, we sat on Waikiki Beach at night and watched the waves, the city and the moon.
Perfect day number one. Three more perfect days to follow.