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Day 3 in japan had a packed schedule, it was one of the days that we had to go to a lot of places. We visited the temples and the ninja village today. We visited many different Japan temples, one of them was the Kiyomizudera. The kiyomizudera is one of the most popular temples in Japan, it was packed with people, just like the amount in St.Paul's ruins in Macao when it came to the weekends. One of ...
... park of the same name. This offers a powerful and moving reminder of the destruction which the atomic bomb visited upon Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Not only does this poignant place serve to remember the victims of that explosion, it also stands as a symbol for the promotion of world peace. A few of us went to the Nishijin textile centre to shop and explore instead of going to ...
... only monks were allowed to enter for maintenance. Lucky us! Guillaume then took us to see a small unnamed shrine where monks come to pray under a tiny waterfall. It was very picturesque and would have been impossible to find without a guide.
The Nanzen-Ji Temple complex was next. It is the head of the Rinzai Zen Buddhist sect and is dated back to the 13th Century. We entered beneath the Sanmon Gate, the ...
... busy streets, in search of something delicious for dinner.
The first option we came across, which I had trouble passing, was Godiva chocolatier. This place sells massively expensive designer chocolates, and for a very reasonable price will make you a very decadent hot chocolate or chocolate milkshake. We bought 2 milk chocolate shakes, and 2 caramel chocolate shakes, and while I loved the milk chocolate one, and Angela and Isabelle loved ...
... it for the experience
but glad we only had one night. Perhaps it was more to do with the
fact it was female and male dorms so it was the first night me and
Paul weren't even in the same area, but the hotel itself seemed quite
old. Under the mattress, which I dare looked at, was not that clean
with quite a lot of hairs! The toilets were plentiful but there was
one bath area containing one small public bathtub, sauna and from
what I could see one shower – all ...