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... parlors and restaurants selling noodles, spaghetti and "Itarian style hot dogs". Yes, they replace the "l" with the "r". I stopped by an ice cream parlor and made my choice by pointing at a plastic model of ice cream with beans and mochi on it. I sat next to two quiet older women and was surprised to find the little jelly cubes at the bottom of my ice cream. Sitting down there for an hour seemed like an amazing idea, if I still didn't have so much to see. ...
... Back to Odawara Station and by train to Kyoto.
Arrived at Kyoto Station and took taxi to a pre booked
event…………. Tea Ceremony @ En Tea House, there was only 4 guests and we were
treated to 45 minutes of tradition and explanation by 2 ladies in full Japanese
attire. As we walked to the hotel it’s obvious what Kyoto is all about-history…….
There are shrines and temples a plenty. (Beautiful sights among the ...
... to us "Hello" and giggle like crazy when we said hello back. The other animal I was really excited to see was a Slow Loris. Of course it was in a dark house and we couldn't use flash photography so there were no pictures of it but it was so cute. Unfortunately during this trip I managed to screw up both of my ankles so the museum trip did not happen and I had to limp back to the hotel. Andrew & I took a nap which ended up longer than we thought then he went out to check ...
... so hot that it feels cold but accompanied by the fact you're extremely concious that you're completely starkers and you want to hide at least some of your pride and joy from prying eyes. We had been warned about the water temperature before we had left the UK by one of our friends, and for the benefit of them Tim can confirm once your reproductive organs hit that water you instantly question your ability to have children anymore.Still a wonderful, yet ...
... us stay in his home in Japan - it was truly an experience we can never forget and are fortunate to have had.
After a whirlwind week in Tokyo, we couldn't believe that we were now flying back to Canada to set foot on home soil for the first time in more than a year each. On to new adventures and experiences upon our return!
Pictures: https://picasaweb.google.com/1042989283 85861281834/Tokyo?authkey=Gv1sRgCMinoYm UueeZMg
(thanks to Em for her ...