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... of exams and have to do an English speaking oral that I am helping out with, but at the end of this week I am catching up with a good friend who is visiting from Australia!
In Japan, it is not banned to smoke in some restaurants/public places but you will often see "smoking rooms" where the people have to go into to smoke.
Hope all is well with you guys!
Peace out xx
... that the pain of pilgrimage is a way of atoning for sins. With the history of this area in mind I took each step over rocks and roots thinking of the thousands of people who have made their way through these beautiful mountains taking their own personal journey.
Shane and I got off easy, however, as our journey only lasted a little over two hours. We met up with Yumi and Shota asleep in the car at Takahara Kiri-no-Sato rest area. Had a ...
... of times over the centuries, but retains a great deal of its regal beauty and charm today.
We enjoyed a wonderful dinner at our lodge in Takahara on our first night. The owner, John, spent several years in Spain, so is fluent in Spanish, as well as English and Japanese, and is proud of the food and wine he imports from Spain to serve at his lodge, including the special Iberian ham. He too, great care of us, including providing the local sake, which is ...
... a spiritual discipline that is somewhat forgotten. We have both committed to encourage each other to set aside more time for meditation in our weekly schedules, so it will be fun to look back on our year in December and see how we did on this objective. Certainly a nice side benefit of our trip here, to be encouraged to deepen our own spiritual commitments. Allowing oneself time to commune with Jesus is what our faith is all about. In our busyness, ...
Kumano Kodo - 17 - 20 March by Martin
We decided to take some time out to cleanse our souls (and livers) on an ancient pilgrimage. The Kumano Kodo is Japan's version of the Camino de Santiago. Various mountain trails stretch across the Kansai Peninsula towards three grand Shinto-Buddhist shrines. We walked the Nakahechi route from Tanabe on the coast to the supposed "mother of all shrines" called Kumano Hongu Taisha.
The 40km route took ...