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Travel Blogs from Nabari
... head back to Kyoto. We walked down a path through the woods lined with stone lanterns and yet more fox statues-I love these!
We stopped at our Ryokan to order Japanese breakfast for the next morning, and then went back to Kyoto Station to have dinner. On the way we saw a fountain show called 'Aqua Fantasy' just outside the station. The fountain was timed to music, and also lit ...
... residents to be quite polite and friendly and the scenery memorable.
So, the drawbacks of Nara, if any? Well with such as vast number of deer come an equal number of freakin deer feces EVERYWHERE. For those of you who know me well, you know this was a MAJOR issue for me, LOL. Can we say, "EWWWWW"? The constant stench in the air and my efforts not to take any of the deer feces home on my shoes was an experience indeed, but well worth it!
I hope you enjoy the pictures.
... it was starting to get late so had to quickly make my way back to the hostel. Once back had a short rest before getting picked up and heading out to train at Tada Sensei's dojo. First class was the more junior class and after some basic once again did some kata. This class was then followed by another class with senior citizen students and once again spent most of this class doing kata.
Day 3 - Jurin-in Temple and nearby temples + houses
No karate today but ...
We came across a young couple that had brought the strangest of pets for a walk. It was being led on a lead; we think it was a weasel. Nobody apart from us paid any attention to this strange sight, so maybe it’s quite a normal animal to take for a walk in Japan. The young girl that owned it was more than happy to have her photo taken, and she even offered Ruth the chance to hold the frisky little ...
Hello to all of you!
As you can tell we are trying to blitz these blogs as my parents come to Thailand next week and we want them done before they get here.
We left Osaka for Nara in the morning. They are very close and it only took 40 mins. Nara is Japan's first capital city and in our view a must see destination if you ever come to Japan.
We had two days in Nara and decided that day 2 would be day that we ...