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... stomach as you get a small whiff of the eye-watering expense of Japanese accommodation, transport, (and practically everything else in between) that is coming your way.
In a bid to make big and instant savings on sleeping, we decided (in another genius move) to sleep in the airport in Osaka, in order to be instantly ready for a day's sightseeing in Nara (which I have just discovered is close to Osaka) - (can you see the problem with this plan?...) Sleeping in ...
... isn’t bombastic or chaotic or multi-coloured, but therein lies its difference from the Asia which we know and love so well. Seeing the blossom, falling to the ground in such huge clusters and looking as though it was weighing the tree down, it was lovely to remind myself that sometimes you can find difference and excitement in the most unlikely places. The whole world doesn’t have to look or smell like Thailand for me to love ...
... outside and then went to find food. Whilst walking back towards Kyoto station, I found this little bakery/patisserie which looked really pretty, so I went in and brought a Japanese style sausage bun and some sandwiches for the train ride to Nara. I ate the sausage bun whilst walking back to the station but then came across this 'fast food' place (Japanese equivalent of fast food is like Katsudon, beef bowl, oyakudon...... all my favourite stuff) and couldn't help myself, so I went ...
... castle has existed and is 400 hundred years old and was part of a movie James Bond: You only live twice, and is also a world heritage site.
Then we went to the Samaria store and I got to dress up like a Samaria.
Then we got to have Fresh Baked Belgian WAFFLES for lunch. The different flavors were Purple potato, Maple, Chocolate and Chocolate covered waffle and Almond.
Then we got on a train and Osaka. ...
... great views of Kyoto by night. As we walked down there was a staircase light display, pictures can be seen below.... For dinner we decided to eat in Asty Road which we have actually renamed it "Tasty Road" :) I went adventurous and decided to try a Honey Lemon Panache - very drinkable. Then out came Katies salad with pink dressing, the conclusion was very tastey, but absolutely no clue what it was!!! Then outcame the Katsu currys - officially the best ...