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... This is a great idea, as there was no line and everyone gets a chance to go on the ride. Just make sure you hit your time slot.
"Jurassic Park" ride warned on entry, "you will get wet"! Nice! The large boat ride with about 25-30 people on board made its way through various scenes with an assortment of dinosaurs. Eve was asking where the T-Rex was and just then a huge one was around the last corner - as we were all concentrating on this ...
... to find it was installed on that very building. We just hoped it could be rolled out to the areas that needed it.
We then headed back through the park to an area of primeval forest. Along the path were thousands of stone lanterns which are illuminated only twice a year for festivals. We walked the path visiting a couple more shrines and stopping to say "Hello" to a few deer on the way. We then headed back to town for dinner at a yakitori bar before calling it a ...
... Inari, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan.
The shrine sits at the base of a mountain also named Inari which is 233
metres above sea level, and includes trails up the mountain to many
... We learned that it had rained unexpectedly that day in various parts of the country, and apparently this threw everyone off in the whole of Air India. This had gone from an easy trip to a stressful one, but it still looked possible.
I offered a few specific prayers to God, and threw in a few to Ganesha, Buddha, Shiva, Krishna, Mercury, and every other deity who could possibly speed our arrival. We finally landed in Delhi at 6:40 PM, and I ...
... was beautiful. They always are.)
"In the afternoon, make a loop south through Naramachi" (Check. this is the neighborhood close to the train station where the streets are lined with food stalls and souvenir stands. There were tons of people swarmed around this one food stall and when in Asia the moto is "where there are mass locals lined up, there must be something exciting, yummy, and really good to eat! So I lined up and asked ...