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... messengers of God' and are therefore given the freedom of the park( presumably to deliver messages?!?). Having been around humans for so long the deer are incredibly tame and you can stroke and feed them with ease. Even kids chasing, poking and screaming at them didn't really worry them(and this happened a lot). The deer had even learnt to bow in the traditional Japanese manner of greeting and respect(see video). ...
... city train to Nara.
Did I mention that here in Osaka there is a lot less English signs and a lot less people speak English!?
It is especially hot today and even before I reach the train-station I'm sweating. Even the locals are sweating!
On the last train-ride to Nara on the local train, at each stop, I have to get out of the train to find the station ...
This morning we checked out of our charming ryokan, thanked the owners and walked to the train station. There we had some breakfast (those amazingly tasty sandwiches), booked the seats in an evening train to Kanazawa and finally took a train to Nara, the first permanent capital of Japan.
Nara is a small city and all of its most touristy spots can be easily covered on foot. ...
... and we saw a giant crab sculpture. This is the town monument for Krabi Town. There are LOTS of crabs in the Mangrove forest in Krabi Town. Then we went to the Tiger Mountain where there’s a rock that apparently looks like a tigers claw. On the top of the mountain there is a large Buddha and shrine, there are 1,237 stairs to get to the top. I only made it up to 550 steps. While Elissa and I were going up the stairs a monkey tried to steal my water but ...
I'm so under the influence of today's highlight - thousands of red gates in Fushimi-Inari shrine stretching for a few kilometres. It was so utterly magical, enchanting, mesmerising, eerie and amazing. i was planning to tick them off on my list of places to visit without expecting that i would be so impressed by them. i walked all the way to the top of the mountain and at some stretches i was on my own walking in the tunnel of red gates in the middle ...