Dormy Inn Suidobashi
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... month to the park and attract on a Saturday 3-4 foreigners and speak English.
So we accepted and had a lot of fun and we saw the Meiji Shrine, were introduced to the procedure of washing, the praying and the significance of the various elements around the shrine.
After the tour we went back to the appartment and then checked in to our nearby hotel. The view from our room on the 25th ...
... taken together, finishing off with a giggle and a bow before they went off in their own direction. It was a beautiful encounter which made me smile.
The temple and grounds was a hive of activity. It was buzzing with people lighting incense, reading fortune messages, praying, looking in awe, taking photos. Despite being busy, the atmosphere had a positive energy. I was still smiling.
On the walk back to our hotel we stumbled across an old brick a brac shop, ...
... a good time to explain some of our reasoning for coming to Japan at the time we did. Well not only is it an amazing place to visit at any time of the year, but we had decided to visit in late March/ early April in the hope that we’d be lucky enough to catch the cherry blossom season. Seeing the cherry blossom has been a long-held dream for us both; we would have loved to do it during our original rtw in 2010, but we just couldn’t afford it at the time. ...
... a bird and said "Syd-O-ney" before she could understand. She thank us again and again. I tried to tell her that we would be back next year but again, language was a barrier. Oh well, then again, she might not be working there next year anyway.
We had our lunch back at the room before packing up. I had booked an extra day as our flight wasn't till 8.30pm that night. At the last minute, we decided to take my poor old Cat bag back with us. I was resigned to letting it end its ...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;"> Both Being sotally tober we joined a group of locals on the ground playing with a bongo and Castanietas. Such a great vibe, we didn't even need to talk we just played. I took out my Kazoo and joined in the jam. We played for probably 45 minutes with people gathering around, dancing, undressing themselves, humming, you name it. It was bloody awesome! We continued to walk around and I found an Ethiopian booth with popcorn, coffee and ...