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... of deer. I promptly received a head butt to my back side and swiftly tried to dish out all the food so they had no reason to harass me further. There is nothing like being swarmed by a herd of hungry deer.
We continued wondering through the park to Todaiji temple, watching other unsuspecting tourists being harassed by the hungry deer as we passed. At the top of the stairs leading to the temple a deer waited on top bowing to tourists (he basically just ...
... park there, that is open, was empty with music creepier than it's a small world blaring. The rides must've been from the 50's, and there were only 3 or 4 other people there that we could see. Keep in mind, it's on top of a mountain and there is 1 way up and 1 way down. Bizarre. It was a Japan bucket list event for me, but I won't go back. I cost us about $100 just to go, eat cheap, and ride the monorail up. ...
... love shrine), Kenninji temple & Gion. AMAZING day.
Food - sesame ice cream sundae and a Mc Donald's Japan style; teriyaki burger and mushroom sauce which turned out to be a powder!
- The locals seem to love dressing up in his and hers geisha outfits and having their photos taken near old temples!
- Tanuki is everywhere - it's meant to ward off evil spirits, but it's ...
... trust a Canadian again. After emerging from the woods 1.5hrs after we entered we found some train tracks and followed them back to a station.....we're saved! Then we took the bus to Kinakuji temple....the one that is all covered in gold leaf....awesome stuff. After that we headed back to the hostel and out to dinner to a place that served okonomiyaki, a local speciality. It's a egg/cabbage pancake with stuff on top....and sauce....kinda like a Japanese pizza. Delicious. ...
... seaweed, cabbage, tofu skin, fiddleheads, and raw mackerel. I had never eaten a whole fried shrimp (exoskeleton and all) before. It's little eyes dared me to return it to its other little friends, but I didn't. If the Bizarre Foods guy could do this, then so could I. It was just like eating a very salty, crunchy eggroll. As the food slowly dissapeared, I proposed that we play the questions game. We shared stories of our near death experiences and embarrassing moments. Crystal ...
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