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... br> Things I learnt: Hannah - always hold onto something while doing down steps. Ben - holding onto handles so I don't bump into people on the bus.
Things that amazed me: Hannah - the first temple, as I liked all of the moss and nature. Ben - the big orange shrine.
The funniest bit: Hannah - when Ben said "Hey, let's have feet wars!" at the back of the bus. Ben - Hannah doing a big **** in the bedroom.
... people compared to everywhere else we had been. We decided to find the makeover place before getting some lunch to make sure we knew where it was, it took ages but we finally thought we found it so we headed back to the Main Street and grabbed some Starbucks for food and free wifi. Soon enough if was time for me to go to my Maiko makeover. We headed back for the door with the sign on it but I was the wrong place, she was nice though and gave us directions ...
... beautiful grounds and really enjoyed it!
Our last stop was to stroll along the boulevard below the temple at the top of the eastern scenic reserve that we visited yesterday to once again enjoy the view of the city and the magnificent cherry blossoms. It is one of the best walks in the city during this time of year.
We ended our perfect day with dinner at Giro Giro, a very famous Kyoto restaurant. The chef has become so well known that he has opened ...
... garage sale but developed into some huge markets with lots of items, food etc. We spent about 4 hours there. Had an average lunch at the lunch station before we walked to Toji. The markets were great. I bought a second hand summer kimono for Y1000 (about $10). There was also a good small shop outside the markets which sold them and other clothing for slightly dearer. Also bought a couple of knives ...
... 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 ...