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Anyway (remember to stretch this word out for proper comedic effect), I entered the hostel in a manner which I imagine has me silhouetted in the door opening, eclipsing what little sunlight came through from outside, due to my being tall with the added towering quality my backpack possessed.
I signed in and took my shoes off. Why did you have to take your shoes off, you ask?
You shouldn’t be asking! You are reading a blog about someone traveling in ...
As a special indulgence we had dinner at a Michelin 3 star Japanese restaurant. Japan has more Michelin star restaurants than anywhere else in the world outside Paris, and I really wanted to eat the best Japanese cuisine once while we were here. We were not disappointed. Nakamura is one of the oldest restaurants in Japan. It has been operated by 6 generations of the same family. The latest chef earning himself the coveted third star about a ...
... a few days of nerves I was feeling extremely happy to be sitting in the airport waiting for my flight. The two pints I'd just sunk might have had something to do with it. But in any case I was feeling pretty happy. Twenty hours later things weren't quite so happy. I was jet lagged - and let's face it a little hung over - and we'd just been diverted to ...
... be reached by foot up a long hill. The walk quickly turns to entertainment and that's because the narrow street is filled with shops, Japanese fast food places and various vendors.
By the time we completed the trek up and walked around the grounds, the skies began to grow dark.
Walking back to catch a bus, to traveled on the Path of Philosophers, a narrow walkway with a stream to our left and small shops to the right.
Along the way, ...
Today started with early ceremonies at the temple. First there was a prayer service at 7am, followed by a very interesting fire burning ceremony at a building up the street at 7:30am. Prior to the fire burning ceremony, we had written wishes for health and prosperity for our family and friends on wooden sticks, and gave them to the monk to burn at the ceremony. Hopefully our wishes will come true!
By the time we returned to our room ...