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... have food (deer crackers that are sold throughout the park) and even bow respectfully. If you don't have any food, deer will ignore you and walk away lazily. I've grabbed them by ears, noses, heads and antlers and at most they just pull away annoyed and don't even try to run away.
After touching and photographing some deer, we walked to the massive building of ...
... be and Elissa and I got to
go up in the tower.
After that we went back to the hotel just
before we went downstairs for breakfast Elissa and I surprised my dad with the
things that you blow through and it makes a noise and the reason why we did
that is because it’s my dad’s birthday.
Say happy birthday to him on Facebook!
... can become aggressive and follow you. On several occasions while walking through the area I saw deer that were getting aggressive with people, wanting food I am sure. A Japanese woman speaking good English approached me. She had some sort of badge on a rope around her neck. She talked a few minutes and offered to be my tour guide. I decided to walk on my own and then decide if I needed a guide. Along the way I discovered a grave area with only dirt and what looked ...
... hues of green to brown creating long tunnels. We had to get 1 temple in with it being Kyoto, and chose one of the least visited ones with private homes within. Walled gardens, stone pavements and cute little women and men in traditional dress sauntering through. Equipped with a bag of different bread/bagels- one having spinach octopus and prawns on, we headed to the botanical gardens until dusk.
Nara- 29th March 2013
40 mins south of Kyoto lies the first capital ...
... too long found our way on foot to our hotel, the Kyoto Dai-Ni (Two Tower Hotel). We are getting quite good at this "finding our own way" stuff, and it's not as difficult as I had imagined. Whilst you definitely can easily get sensory overload from the sights and sounds in new country, particular Japan where the signs are many and bright, when you sit back and relax and take it all in, it's actually quite easy to get about in Japan, and as I keep rabbeting on, the people are ...