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Rooms were very clean and tidy.. Staff very friendly. The only downside was we could smell smoking on our non smoking floor (must have been coming from downstairs). Free wifi in rooms. Would visit again.
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... arrived at Nara train station after dark, where I provided a transport route to our hostel.
We checked in to our accommodation, Guest House Tamura, around 7.30pm. The hostel owner Junko welcomed us in, telling us about the festivals and events going on in the area, as well as the homemade Japanese breakfast option for 300 yen. Our room comfortably accommodated four people, with a fold up bed on hand to manage overflow. The room had a little sink in ...
... some of their wares out for sampling, which was fun, particularly since most of the time I had no clue what I was eating, animal or vegetable, sweet or savoury. Even managed to entice Eloise into sampling a bit. Lunch was a sushi feast. Then onto Nijo Castle for some shogun action and some 'careful' spinning through the castle interior. We had a lovely time strolling through the gardens and enjoying the cherry blossoms. And any zen-ness of the rock paths has been well ...
... off and make people walk round it continually in a circle, but me and Ollie snuck under and found a great spot on the other side snuggled in with the locals. We could not believe how small some of the children were that were carrying these flaming torches, it was definitely not something that you would see at home. There were a few close calls and you had to be aware of the torches that were sometimes accidentally swung round in your ...
... en Gardens. Even more annoyingly the whole garden was closed for some reason - there were no English signs so i had no idea why but i couldn't get in. That was a bit annoying i must say as by now i was sweating buckets. So i flagged down the fist taxi i saw to go the my next stop. AIR-CON! The vents in the taxi automatically swept back and forth to ensure the cool air was evenly distributed :P
So my last stop for the day was the Toji Temple. The ...
So unfortunately I only have a few minutes to write my blog entry today so I'll have to be brief, there is so much to say though so I might just have to post-pone it.
After arriving at Kyoto station I met up with my host Santoshi. I decided to pick a "private room" on airbnb so I could have a local who would be able to give me tips on where I should be going, place to see and where to eat. The situation is kind of odd by western standards ...
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