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... again a sweaty pig, all sticky and nasty from the humidity, so I showered again. I sat in the common lounge and chat with 2 tourists from Switzerland and Norway, they are also having a good time here in Japan. I was fun sharing with them the experiences while in Japan. They told me they spend some time exploring the temples in Kyoto and got hit by hard rain and a nice old lady invited them in , give them towels, umbrellas, some tea and sweats. They were so appreciative. What a fun ...
... Train staff were actually pushing people in and squeezing the doors shut, it was quite something! We decided to cab it to Tokyo station, were we caught the reserved Narita express bullet train to the Airport.
This trip has been great, we really feel something special with Japan, the people are friendly, there is a vibrant art scene, a big vegan community and it is rich with history. We will definitly be visiting again as soon as we can :)
... and eat, walk and drink, leave any food on your plate...
Cab doors open and close automatically you don't have toe gem touch them.
Slurping your food is a compliment. I am having trouble with this seeing as I think it is rude.
You must place money in tray before they will take it. This is something I had a hard time remembering but they were very kind and reminded me gently to place my money in the tray.
The cleanest bathrooms I have ...
... sandwich and passionfruit cakes or Lindt chocolate.
So with the flight starting to drag on a bit, and the girls (and the parents) all starting to get restless and thoroughly sick of it, the announcement was finally made that we were landing. If the flight seemed long and annoying in Business class, it would have been hell in economy class.
With around 30 minutes to go Isabelle finally fell asleep, and slept through the ...
... design was recreated from larger landscapes into a smaller scale around a structure. I thought that the bright gold in the sunlight looked as if it was meant to be in its location. It was stunning.
After a short bus ride, we went to the Ryoanji Temple. The temple consists of a zen garden and prayer buildings. There are 17 rocks in a traditional zen stone garden. We were able to find all 17. The temple and gardens are listed as ...