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... US... still dancing (later than me) , drinking and smoking, doing no exercise..
had kids, endless experiences, still happy adventuring the world, staying in a tent for 3 weeks..with great energy and happiness..
"Its the Music Felix... if it stopped I think I would drop dead..."
well if im 25, doing yoga etc, not drinking or smoking like him .. ****, I could have another 50 + years of fire in me, I thought..
... store so we make our way down by the elevators which are serviced by lovely young women announcing your arrival at each level and wishing you a good day as you get off. As the doors of the elevator slide open we are greeted with an ocean of people, it is lunchtime and the basement is literally packed check by jowl with polite orderly people. But it is the selection of foods that amaze me - there are entire sections of food - boulangeries with their sweet and savoury ...
... We rubbed the belly of a Buddha statue, only to later discover that his belly was supposed to be rubbed with our right hand or both hands. Oops.
Our last temple for the day was Kiyomizudera Temple. It's easy to see why you could get templed out in Kyoto. There are so many and with each having their own admission fee it would be very easy to spend many tens of dollars on admission fees.
To get to Kiyomizudera Temple we walked through the Higashiyama District which ...
... for charity). had some ramen for dinner by a guy that competed on iron chef!! even cooler was I ordered totally in japanese. tomorrow I'm hoping for no rain, though it's forecasted to pour all day. I already struck out on fuji. I better not fail on the bamboo forest too. observations: all the school girls look like sailor moon. most of the hostel guests are japanese. even here, japanese take pictures of everything... except the super humongous ...
... golden pavillion. There were lots of people, and lots of tourists. There were some also small shops available for souvenirs, traditional Japanese sweets and lucky charms. I bought a lucky charm, thinking it would be a nice souvenir to have, that is supposed to make my dreams come true. Later when I got back home I would find out that you are not supposed to buy them for yourself because then they won't work. Someone should buy it for you... and also, after a while you ...
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