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... at the first floor where I chose my shoes and had my professional photograph taken. I was really pleased with the whole experience, even if they did speak next to n English. I was also amazing with how many ladies were coming out of the studio dressed in kimonos! Its a popular spot!! - Hesitantly and nervous, I stepped out of the studio onto the street and headed towards the subway to go explore Nijo Castle. I figured I might as well wear the outfit out, I ...
... with the four rules of the Monkey Park:
- Don’t stare at the monkeys in the eye
· Don’t touch the monkeys
· Don’t feed them outside
· Don’t take a picture on the way – Please take a distance more 3m with monkeys
By the time I had reached the main centre of the park, a lot of the park was closed off as it was drawing closer to closing time. This was of little ...
... it. In the end we had to just choose a place so we randomly picked. It was okay but not exactly the best.
When we came back, we quickly put our pyjamas, brushed our teeth and washed our face and were ready for bed. When we quietly went into the dormitory, it was like another world, like science fiction. It was a bit weird getting into a hole in the wall that is supposed to be your bed. I think ...
We ordered breakfast for 8 o clock,but at abiut 7.20 they knocked on the door to put the beds away and breakfast was served! Again lots of dishes,lots of explaining what they were but we were non the wiser! But we did have something that looked like a kipper....not the easiest thing to eat with chop sticks.
We had time to go back up the mountain to see how they cooked the black eggs and also to go around ...
... in the middle of a facelift when we visited, so we didn't have a pleasant experience at either location last time we went.
So with the big and little Kaku-ji's locked into the itinerary, we decided that a trip to Arashiyama would be too much for our already exhausted legs to endure for the day, so we planned to take the Philosopher's Walk south after the Ginkaku-ji visit.
So we set off at 10am, and in the area around ...