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... and get into the safe harbor of Kobe before
the storm overtook us. We did, and were safely tied up a half day
earlier than planned. Then the storm shifted , and basically left
“Capt. Fred” with the choice of sailing into the Cat 3 or waiting
another day and then cruising down the Inside Sea of Japan. This Sea
is actually one very large National Park. The next two days were
absolutely beautiful. Somehow plan B has turned out to be a ...
A- English / B - French
A - Today, I had to be Zen and to reach the inner me... That was a bit difficult after the rough evening i got at the Osaka Dome cheering for the Tigers (who lost again) and learning how to insult Nagoya and all her inhabitants.
So yes, I got (once again) to learn the art of SHODO. (see the pics for more infos)
First of all, i learned that shodo shouldn't be translate by "calligraphy" because it is not ...
... been the original capital of Japan there are loads of temples and sights of historic interest in Nara and this has lead to it being inscribed on the UNESCO world heritage list.
Nara is amazing, we absolutely loved our time there. The area where all the temples are based has been left as parkland and, at this tone of year with the sun and cherry blossom, it is a lovely place to walk ...
... we stopped by a beautiful and ancient Ikuta Shrine. Turns out, this weekend was right next to Shichi-Go-San festival, when children who turn 3, 5 and 7 are dressed in traditional clothes and taken to a Shinto shrine to celebrate. It was truly an amazing sight: a bright-coloured shrine, priests in fancy hats, red-and-white mikos running around and taking photos of ...
... occasion we had to prod to confirm if it was plastic or not, thousands and thousands of bowls, cups, plates, chopsticks, sake sets, lights, ashtrays, pots, pans, signs, lanterns, banners, scrolls, cutlery, rice cookers, steamers, ovens, hobs… the list is endless. After walking around fascinated by the sheer quantity of things on offer, we walked to Dotonburi – a district littered with neon signs, restaurants, flashing lights, and gigantic plastic animals pinned to the side ...