Hotel Monterey Osaka
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... Gio-ji has a stunningly beautiful garden layered with moss - and I wanted to see lots of moss in Japan - which two women were busily attending to with their green fingers a blur. The scene was right out of my wildest Japanese fantasies and I took a seat to take in the tranquility and serenity. If the green areas were not subtly fenced-off I would have quite happily rolled around on the mossy beds - they looked so soft and inviting. Less welcoming, however, were the ...
... game shops, computer shops, anime, components stalls down alleys. There was also lots of noise from girls in small skirts handing things out, men shouting to attract you in, music blaring.
13:16 Seen enough and not wanted anything. Can't afford what I do want. So back to hostel and off to Kyoto I think. There's not much more I can do here I think.
14:57 We have arrived at Tokyo station, it's buzzing and carrying all my bags I'm trying to misbalance. We find our ...
... went for food with everyone.
Isabel and Albert were great Couchsurfers, and really interesting to talk to. The second Spanish girl Isabel also 'surfed' with us for the same two nights, so our little flat was pretty full, but they were all so nice it wasn't a chore at all.
The next day Jonny joined the Wish bus for a quick look around Arashiyama area, through ...
... them so close together that it was almost like a tunnel. The covered a path of nearly 4 km around this hill with these orange and black gates. It really was an interesting sight. One of the most peculiar things was the fact that from the bottom of the hill there was no writing on the gates. But from the top of the hill, as you walked through the gates they were covered in carved characters, painted black.
Overall, Kyoto started out ...