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... of neat, old buildings. Just outside the bus stop there was a small shrine with a festival going on inside. I found the perfect gifts for some of my family members. Geishas are a common sighting around there. Before this trip, I didn't know much about them, I just knew of them. Now I'm quite fond of them. I took lots of pictures around there, and then had a late lunch. I managed to make it over to the Nishiki Market before they started packing it in. There were ...
... Gion Tanto. The restaurant overlooks the stream and the cherry blossoms and has about 25 seats, so there was a bit of a wait to get in, particularly as there was a large group of Japanese men who were in for the long haul! We were seated (on the floor) at our table, complete with hot plate, right by the window with a perfect view of the cherry blossoms. We started our meal with Kyoto pickled vegetables and then moved on to the main ...
... US... still dancing (later than me) , drinking and smoking, doing no exercise..
had kids, endless experiences, still happy adventuring the world, staying in a tent for 3 weeks..with great energy and happiness..
"Its the Music Felix... if it stopped I think I would drop dead..."
well if im 25, doing yoga etc, not drinking or smoking like him .. ****, I could have another 50 + years of fire in me, I thought..
... English, and talked to us about the places he'd been in Australia. He was from Tokyo but he'd gone to university in Kyoto 65 years ago.
What was exciting or great today: Hannah - seeing the islands that looked like a dragon. Ben - seeing the first big temple because you could see a big view.
What was difficult or not so good: Hannah - slipping over and hurting my back. Ben - almost getting hit by a car... ...
... finally take another dip and go dress. You could tell how authentic that bathhouse was by the number of local patrons and by complete absence of tourists (except for two).
Relaxed by a nice bath, we walked back to the hotel. On the way there we had some ramen for dinner and even encountered another two maiko in Gion district.