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... like to order. I placed my order and as the lady thanked me for my visit my ears nearly began to bleed. Thankfully i got away in time and the buzzing in my ears is almost gone. :-P After that it was time to take the subway to the Kaiyukan aquarium. This one had the second largest tank in Japan with amongs other things, a 6 meter long whale shark in it. The tank was placed centrally and it had smaller pacific-region themed tanks built around it. As ...
... have trouble teaching as the students are very sociable and for lack of better words, won't shut up. It seems disrespectful to me, but apparently, this is how they usually act in class. It is rare to have a class here that is not incredibly noisy, I thought New Zealand was bad! I remember Koji from my previous visit to Japan. I introduced myself to his class and then it was Q&A time once again. One boy said he would "die" because I already have ...
... Our next stop was to Kinkaku, or the Golden Pavilion. As the name implies, it's quite golden and sits amid a very picturesque pond. You can't go in but the hall contains Buddhist relics. As you proceed around the rest of the grounds, everything pales in comparison but there is also a tea house and a temple.
We had to take the bus about an hour to get to the other side of Kyoto where we went to Heian Shrine. We didn't find this out until later but it was an important day at ...
... after complications when
booking these hostel. However, it was not much hassle and the next
place was not that far away. 'Peace Hostel Showa'. It was much more
hostel like, with a big living area and kitchen and the beds were
comfy. Privacy though, there was little. The doors were the
translucent and you couldn't lock the doors. What this meant though,
more annoyingly then the lack of privacy was the all the light came
in even when you had your ...
... Foods store and being completely overwhelmed with the breadth of the products only this time it was magnified in both the amount of people and because everything was in Japanese. We spent a good hour in store just looking around and picking things for what was supposed to be a simple and quiet dinner in the hotel room. What we got was a different story - enough for at least 4 meals I think! After sampling a third of what we bought, we relaxed and then it was an early ...