Kadoma Public Hotel
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... feet, the sound of creaking floors surrounded us. The floors are intended to creek, as this was a good way of preventing enemies sneaking up behind you to stab you in the back. Perhaps if Kevin Rudd had studied Japanese instead of Chinese, he might still be PM ...
Caught the Shikansen (bullet train) and sped to Kyoto at 260+ klm's an hour!!!
Kyoto is awesome. Went to a beautiful area called Arashiyama (see Arashiyama entry).
Hired a bike and rode everywhere, loved it. The city is set out in a grid so it is easy to navigate and everything is close unlike Tokyo.
The county is full of temples and shrines but of all the ...
... around photographing this and that...then i found them....i assume these ladies were responsible for the sand at yesterdays temple..... they were sweeping the moss and dirt to collect leaves.....now im not a scientist, BUT i thought leaves falling was part of the embracing cycle of nature. bu these clean freaks were having none of it! come to think of it the path up to now had been quite leaf free.....hmmmmm these ladies were good! Wo we wandered around for a bit but ...
... and insert your arms into essentially an armoured sleeve which is tied off under the other arm. One both of them are on the they tie on the chest plate - here i though my big belly would get in the way but actually no, they actually had difficulty with how wide my chest is. The average Japanese man is narrow!
After the chest plate they put another very ornate silk over-jacket on, then finish the ensemble with an ornate helmet. I got to choose ...
... not making this up: Dianne and I both had that "Life is good" feeling when we left.
Kimonos!!! Everywhere. Kyoto is such a traditional city that some people there still wear kimonos, but we are here on a holiday weekend July 7th celebrates stars aligning once a year and people write wishes and tie them on bamboo trees. Anyway, in honor of the holiday, MANY people, Young, old, men, women, were wearing kimonos. The kimonos were all unique. I never saw ...