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... a map, my tablet or anything I decide to head it back, around 530am after being lost for 3 hours I finally see a train staition open, so I jump on it and find my exit and crash installly
-After only a few hours of zzzz's I wake up....SLEEP WHEN YOUR DEAD!!!....I meet Steven and we are off to see the bustling streets of Osaka. After a quick stop at the Osaka Castle, and trying to find a peace museam that was eventually closed we head back to the hostel, I ...
... I am here for and things. It's cool that I can speak to people here, of course my Japanese is not perfect but it seems to be enough to get by! I picked up some great purchases - some genuine Adidas shoes and a leather bag. I thought the bag would be much needed as hand luggage for the travel home, considering how much I have to fit in my suitcase!
I got home about 5.30pm and Hugh was arriving about 7.30pm. When he arrived, ...
... a "snort". Then back downstairs to the bus and then 50 minute trip back home.
Sat up and talked until 1am with Geoff to sleep, then us shortly after. A bit of a laugh about snoring as Geoff get cranky with Lorry snorting but it turns out he does as well. we'd rearranged the apartment so Lorry and Geoff had some futon mattresses on the floor. We called them "the pile of rags".
... and shrines in the area. The first one was a temple called Sanjusangen-do, which has 1001 statues of a Buddha deity, first dating back to 1164 (Buddist deity Kannon). There were 1000 standing Bhuddas and one giant sitting in the middle of them. Then there were 28 guardian deities in front of the statues which protect Kannon, most of which originate from ancient India. As with a lot of the temples, we could not take photos inside. It's such a pretty because it really was an ...
... 322; mial przed sobą wbudowana goroaca patelnie, kelnerzy wrzucali nasze zamówienia prosto na nią, wiec nasze dania nie tylko byly latwe do dzielenia i próbowania ale również ciągle cieple!
Później najedzeni i szczęśliwi, zwiedziliśmy największą drewnianą świątynię w Kyotot: Higashi Honganji ;) tuż za rogiem.
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