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... a japanese hot spring bath, and there are several types - indoors and outdoors. Jakutsu-jo is a small and cheap indoor-onsen so it wasn´t the biggest or coolest one, but at least we got to dip ourselves in hot spring water and we didn´t have to stay the night (wich is the case of some of the bigger, cooler onsens). The onsen starts out with the shower room - you take off all your clothes, shrub yourself with soap, fill a bathing bowl with water and rinse yourself a couple ...
... The temples and shrines are especially of interest to me. At one shrine we even
saw a traditional wedding party, which put the icing on the cake. Though after
a while Jim expressed himself with his favorite saying:” You see one temple you
seen them all.” ( In South America it was:” You see one penguin …, in Russia:”
You see one palace… ‘, in Europe:” You see one church…. I think you get ...
... the temple to the airport. For the first little while, the bag was alright to have. People were bumping into us and pushing more then usual, but that is to be expected with a huge turtle shell on your back. The temple itself was free (and it was a Saturday) so it was insanely busy! I much prefer the temples that are quiet and zen like. It didn't help that the temple had a huge market out front so the overall feel was hectic and like a zoo. ...
... generosity and kindness of the Japanese. We leave Kyoto to go to Himeji, famous for its castle. The castle is having works completed so we can see it from the outside but then visit Kokoen Gardens which is great, split into 8 different areas there are ponds running through them all with huge colourful carp swimming around. We then walk to Shirotopia Memorial Park and Otokoyama Park where we climb the steps to watch the sunset with good views of the castle. We get ...
... Rach and I managed to persuade a further seven people to join us from the hostel. It was a hilarious night of singing with Turkish, English, German, Taiwanese, Japanese and Finnish coming together to show off their vocal cords. Our group rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody will stick in my memory forever, so much fun!
Rach and Matt were both craving sushi in the morning, well afternoon by the time we got up and with a restaurant just five minutes walk away they got stuck ...