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... corner. All in all, about an 8 mile walk. The new hotel is a whole extra 500yen (£3) and has air conditioning and a bed rather than a mat on the floor, but otherwise it's similar. I appreciated the air conditioning, though - it stays so warm that it's a huge relief to cool down properly. I sorted out my internet life and watched the first episode of Breaking Bad - too many people have mentioned it not to have a look, so I'm right down with ...
We woke to clear views of Mt Fuji again today. Too bad we are leaving but we are looking forward to travelling to Kyoto. We had to catch the local express bus to Mishima to catch the Shinkansen to Kyoto. As we stood on the platform waiting for our train to arrive we looked like such provincials because a number of bullet trains went past and we couldn't help oohing and ahhing! They really do go incredibly fast. Everyone else was ignoring ...
... br> done, I had a little broth left in my bowl.
Victor spotted a small piece of beef sitting in the broth. “There’s a piece of meat there Dad. Just go ahead and use your spoon.” I looked him in the eye and precisely grabbed
that meat with my chopsticks and ate it.
He was impressed. But I had a bag
of luck charms in my pocket, so I was covered.
As we waited for the
train from Kyoto to Osaka, I bought ...
... making our way back to the hotel to pick up the bags.
For the last time we pulled the rail passes from their sleeve, and booked tickets from Kyoto to Kansai airport. Booking and navigating the rail system is becoming far too simple and routine, which is another indication that we've overcome some of the interesting and fun challenges that being a newbie in Japan provides. When the transportation becomes too easy and just routine, I know ...
... on through crowded street lined by wooden buildings with traditional window coverings. I bumped into Toby, an English guy I had met at my hostel, who was chuffed at having seen two geishas in a rickshaw further down the road. They were long gone but I did stumble upon a quiet side street with beautiful old-style buildings and without another soul to be seen.
I finished up at Kiyomizu-dera with its famous pagoda set against the Kyoto skyline and a fantastic view over ...
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