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Day 3 is a fun day, because today we got to go to a lot of temples and some of them look pretty cool. I really like the temple where everything is red. I bought a lot of stuff after walking on the mountain. That street is very big and there are many cool things that we can buy. Our dinner is pretty good, because we get to eat some local Japanese food and it tasted very good. - Jay ...
... and another Aus guy Toby who had just finished his gap year. Very cool to hear their stories. Next day I was up bright and early to see as much of the city as I could on my rusty, brakes don't work bike rented from the hostel, didn't expect much else. First stop monkey mountain about a 45 min ride away. It was awesome! Was the first up there and had an unspoiled view of the city with a dozen wild monkeys as company. Next stop bamboo forest that was a little bit of a let ...
... to Kiyomizudera, our last stop. This temple complex is one of the most famous in Japan and a top attraction for tourists. The main hall of the temple is built into the mountains and the most astonishing part is the deck that hangs over the valley of maples and cherry trees without any nails or screws. Super cool to me! There are some spectacular views of the city from there too. Like many of the places we visited in ...
... and through the quaint hallway which consists of a stone path and a fake wooden bridge, and we were asked to take a seat in the waiting area. In front of us were around 10 people seated at bar seating, and what we didn't realise was that there was an entire basement level of seating downstairs. After no more than 30 seconds we were ushered downstairs and to a table.
One thing I love about Japanese restaurants is the efficiency. There ...
... Definitely; one of our favourite places
in Japan. Kyoto is a stunning place in Japan where the old meets the
new the most; getting a feel for real Japan, although being a high
tourist spot limits this. There are LOADS of temples to see and it is
great simply wondering the streets. The Fushimi
Inari Taisha shrine is a must – it is free and although no
real view from the top, is a beautiful area and a fascinating
experience walking up through the many orange archways. ...