Kyoto Kokusai Hotel
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... at Nara Park. One can buy deer cookies and feed them, but one must be careful not to show to much food... They can get really excited. I know this first hand because one bit my ass and another one took a bite from a pretzel in my hand. It wasn't painful it was more like a pinch lol! Olivia was crazy happy feeding the deers although slightly petrified at times. They are still wild animals and I also saw a deer bite gently a Yale preppy looking ...
... out from google map that Chion-In Temple was actually around the corner so we took the short walk over to check it out. We paid ¥500 each so we could look around the two zen gardens on the grounds. We can see why these style gardens are so popular, they definitely give out a relaxing vibe and you could easily spend days just relaxing on the grounds. After a look around one of the gardens we climbed a large amount of steps to the main area of the temple. Here ...
... door i made the same gesture to them. So we had a kind of a Japanese standoff. :-P After a few seconds i decided to pass through and continue my journey. I'm pretty sure these two elderly man are still standing there waiting for the other to pass through. Since i had no intentions on just waiting in front of the station i took a nearby cablecar to a small mountaintop which has a spectacular view of Mt. Fuji and surroundings. I was busy taking ...
... at Nishiki Market before it closed and played some video games. We quickly learned how expensive Kyoto is! Our wallets were hurting after just a day. To help with the pain of our wallets, we ate rice-balls from the convenience stores almost everyday. They were so yummy and cheap.
On our first day of exploring Kyoto, we went to the Silver Pavilion and walked down the Philosopher's Walk to Nanzen-ji (Temple). We took ...
... the next day as they were heading off to Korea. I spend the next couple of days eating loads of sushi, wandering around and exploring more of Kyoto. On the Friday night a group of us from the hostel went out to a lively little bar and after quite a lot of beers and spirits and shots we ended up in all-you-can-drink karaoke. I absolutely love Japanese karaoke bars and we got stuck in, extending our time from 2 hours to 3. After we’d been dancing in the booth for 2.5 ...