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... full day of our visit to Kyoto was rainy. We could hardly complain, given the spectacularly sunny, cool fall days we'd had so far, so we made the best of it, walking to our morning lesson in Japanese archery. Having signed up ahead of time for the only full-family lesson we'd take, we arrived on time at 10:00 am, and were first dressed in archery attire. The kimono for this activity was less complex than the one Catherine and I had donned the day before, ...
... asked him to make sure we didn't get the wrong train. Just before the train arrived he came out to the platform, white gloves on and his hat sitting perfectly. He bowed and pointed out that yes indeed... the number '4' car that we were getting in to was in fact the right one! Off we went with the attendant smiling and waving at us.
Then we arrived in Kyoto. From camping in the countryside to one of the most outstanding (huge) train stations ...
... hone their english speaking skills. The japanese culture maintains embeded in their education while opening up to the foreign world.
After our attempts to move on to Ryoan-ji temple, we mistakenly took the next bus supposedly to Kyoto imperial palace but instead found a quaint Shokoku-ji temple. It was a refreshing place where there were no tourist and gave us time to appreciate the beauty of nature and understand the 400-year old story of the dragon "bururun" who has set his eyes ...
... downtown area. We checked out a mall, but didn't find anything interesting, then we walked into a giant shopping arcade: a covered street filled with all kinds of shops, restaurants, shrines and even pachinko (gambling) parlours. There I got a custom-made stamp with my name so that I can sign documents Asian-style :)
On the way back to the hotel we also picked up some apples, as our diet here is pretty low on fruit.
The monkeys are pretty used to human. I’m guessing they see a fair share of them. They are probably thinking that they’re the one watching us. Mommy monkey being like: “Hoo look at this one’s nose, and this one funny mustache.” Being right there with the monkeys makes for a really adorable viewing experience. You can see the monkeys entertain themselves as they chase each other or see a mom carry her mini-monkey. One monkey was ...