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... while we continued to botch the Japanese language. Today we finally made it to the Arashiyama bamboo grove, passing through another UNESCO temple site and accidentally discovering what must be one of the world's nicest train stations. Unfortunately Ida got stuck in the middle when the crossing came down and all trains were stopped until she was safely back on the platform. Extra places visited at Arashiyama: - Tenryuji temple - Bamboo grove - Okochi sanso ...
... polite! The children on the train are all very well behaved. There is no loud speaking from anyone. The only loud, spoken, voices I have heard all trip were two american women who were sitting next to each other but like so many americans believed that everyone else should hear their inane conversation. Why do you do that americans? The Japanese are loud at times. When they are advertising their goods they seem to have a need to employ screeching girls or other ...
... What made this walk even more interesting to us were the many pickled vegetable shops, confectioners and tea shops. Pickles prepared from daikon radish, red ginger, Chinese cabbage, cucumber and other unidentified vegetables, which we later found was called Tsukemono ((say TSKEH-mohnoh), were available to sample at each of these establishments and having tasted a few in one, we walked into several of them to feast on the crunchy, ...
... is quite an admission for me to make!
I had a day cycling around, another day with a mate from the hostel and the first day with some Norwegian guys who caught the same overnight coach from Tokyo.
More to come.....and photos!
... the same street, but 10 minutes walk South).
So without any further hassle we headed to the hotel, checked in and wash shown to the room. We're staying in the Budget Inn at Kyoto. First impressions are that it is a small, but clean tatami mat hotel with basic conveniences. It has 4 beds and is quiet, which is enough for us.
After a short rest, we planned what to do today. Veronica suggested the Fushimi Inari shrine ...
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