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Did I say Japanese are crazy bike riders and ride their bicycles on the footpaths and steer incredibly close to people. Too close for comfort at times. Another early start. This time breakfast at the station. High carb. Bread mostly. (Sad face). On the train to Fushimi Inari Shrine. Basically orange painted gates upon gates upon gates leading up a hill with lots of steps and little shrines dedicated to foxes along the way. Very very crowded with Japanese tourists ...
The Nikko Kansai Hotel is lovely, the rooms are quite spacious for Japanese standards and very comfortable. Flopping down onto the firm but comfortable bed we log into the hotel's free wifi to let all family know we have arrived safely and promptly set off for dinner. It is late for Sofia who has managed the 10 hour flight like a champ and we need to get her fed and into bed.
The next day we check out leisurely at noon and head for the train station which ...
... and a local brand of Sonchu, which I didn't enjoy as much as it tasted very alcoholic.
After dinner we walked back to our hotel. I continued passed our hotel to explore the Shin-kyogoku arcade which was very close to our hotel. The arcade seemed to go on and on and was busy until about 9pm. I bought a few packets of different flavoured Kit Kats after taking some selfies of me and the arcade. On the way back to the hotel I found another Uni Qlo and bought another long sleeve ...
... but this is different. We have started to get up earlier and leave the house mid morning ish and don't come back until mid evening. I'm also finding cities hard to relax in.
Also my good friend Luisa tells me I have 'wedding loss' and it's perfectly normal, she made me feel better by emailing me. In fact I have received lots of lovely messages from friends and family and how much they are enjoying my blog, I'm very ...
So, on to Kyoto it is. Everything back into the suitcase, that is the mission of the morning. In the end it went quite all right and soon enough I was making my way to the Sōto Line Rapid, which would bring me to Tokyo station. For some reason I expected this station to be a marvel of architecture and technology but in stead it looked exactly the same at the other bigger stain stations ...