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... some to Andrew and Laura and then was pestered by a deer which had shandy type persistence and I ended up losing half the oyster onto the ground which another deer promptly ate and then I felt sorry for the original deer so I gave him/her the small bit of remaining bun. We really enjoyed this short visit to miyajima. Back on the local train to Hiroshima. By this time it was after 4.30. Laura wanted a donut so we stopped and had a coffee ...
... the reunion was a particularly happy one for us. We have really missed her and Sofia remembers her right away with a gasp and giggle as Nikki walks through the door
Over the next few days we take in the sights of Kyoto as we explored both Ginkaku-ji (Silver Pavilion) and Kinkaku-ji temples (Golden Pavilion). While the Silver Pavilion didn't particularly excite us, we did find the Golden Pavilion much more interesting. Kinkaku-ji is a three story Zen Buddhist temple ...
First, is the mystical and perhaps religious Mount Fuji and then the Golden Temple.
The Temple dates to 1397 which the Third Shogun of the Muromachi period acquired the site from a local statesman. He then built a villa on the ground and when died, the site, according to his will, was converted to a temple. The Buddhist hall is said to contain the relics of Buddha.
The structure sits back amid a small lake, running ...
... some frozen rice which can be microwaved, some meat which we can cook on our one ring stove and some nice deli veg. I have never seen so much fish in a supermarket and there was a lot of veg that I had no idea about.
Our tea is great, we eat it on our low Japanese table and wash it down with an Asahi or two!
Later Mark calls the bank and finds out what the problem is, we were trying to exceed our daily limit of £250! Oh ...
... how privileged we have been! Most of us on scholarships and as exchange students. Only after having been to Japan time and again, I finally have the feeling to get a grasp of the lifestyle, the language and would just love to turn back the clock with that experience. But as it is impossible there is nothing more important than living each single moment as intense as possible. After strolling through the campus I headed to a cafe around ...