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... very well. With all these old-world culture around us we were surprised to see the popular culture (cultural traits such as dress types, music that identify and are part of todays changeable urban-based, media influenced society-- CH 29) that is common within the U.S. There were similar clothing as in the U.S. and among other things. As we went to the airport we realized Japan was a great way to end our amazing, Amazing Race Challenges.
... Suwa Shrine built in 1322 and the Joko-ji temple built in the 1800s. Adjoining these there were old cemeteries with interesting memorials and decorations. including a stone monument, a place for flowers, incense, and water and a small crypt for the ashes. Most also include sotoba sticks (name derived from the Sanskrit word stupa). These are carved with the name of the deceased and prayers . At the other end of ...
... the streets were alive! Everything must happen at night here in Japan. Had a lovely Japanese meal and even more exciting our waitress couldn't speak English except for beer and rice!
Feels very safe here, lots of families out walking around during the streets.
Early night tonight as on a full day tour tomorrow.
P's - check out our toilet in our room, more buttons than our washing machine at home and not one of them says flush!
... dropped off in the middle of the city with no map and a hangover starting to hit a higher gear. What the f'ing hell are we doing?! Of course we see no CitiBank, just a million people and their bicycles whizzing around us in all directions. I was angry with myself for not doing a Goggle search on getting money here and took out my frustration on Cindy, telling her sternly "Cindy, when I fail and can't think straight (meaning massively hungover) I need you to be there to help ...
... clearer than yesterday and it looks like we can see the top of the Mt Fuji. So we decided to go to the rooftop of the ryokan to check that out. And here it is, the beautiful Mt Fuji with blue sky. Not sure if it was luck but what a great feeling for the last few hours we had left here.
After admiring the view for a moment, we decided to walk one more time around the lake and stop at the few tourists shops we saw yesterday on our way ...