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... owner lead us directly to the restaurant where we discovered it was closed. Really losing stamina at this point we ducked into a coffee shop and were rewarded with one of the best hot chocolates and lattes of our entire trip. We also split a homemade cream puff to ease our declining blood sugars. Once our fingers and tempers thawed we made a plan. We decided to attempt a couple more temples and then return to our hotel's district for supper. ...
... the horde trying to take pictures of yet another religious symbol in Kyoto.
We strolled around a bit, and eventually moved away from where most of the tourists were. I do not do well with those kinds of crowds, I discovered then. Earlier that week we had been in extremely crowded places in Tokyo, but I had no problem there. I take it this is related to the kind of mob I find myself in, as in Tokyo I was revelling at being surrounded by this many people. Having to ...
... fish taste each time. Rach did get the chance to try takoyaki though, octopus balls, which had they been less soggy would have been nice. Rach and I stumbled across a portable photo booth, in fact a whole shopful. They are massive in Japan! We got stuck in posing for numerous photos the computer gave us to do. It was so much fun and reminded me of my teens with the sticker booths in Topshop. We were air brushed to look like dolls with big googley eyes and ...
... felt that long. Maybe because we were distracted with so many beautiful sceneries to record in the camera.
Along the way, we past by a traditional green tea ice cream shop which my tour guide claimed that it was the best place for green tea ice cream. Unfortunately, the shop wasn't opened yet so I was unable to verify his claim.
As we walk up the hill to go to Kiyomizu temple, we past by rows of shops selling lots and lots of souvenirs. If you are looking ...
... the pink cherry blossoms bloom in Spring. After resting in the air conditioned gift shop area, I circled my future points of interest on my map. One can spend weeks in Kyoto and still not see everything. During World War II, this city was spared from being bombed by the Allied forces because of its historical value.
It was 3 PM and I took a detour back to the café. I'd like to thank that adorable, jumpy old lady in the dry-cleaning shop for helping me find my way ...