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... lazy and do it over two days rather than try to accomplish the impossible! On day one, we took a detour to check out the Murasaki Pirate museum, and on day 2 we visited Kosan-ji - a stunning temple complex with an underground 'hell' walk housing over 1000 Buddha statues.
10th, 11th + 12th May Kyoto, Part 2!
We liked Kyoto so much that we had to come back and stay with Rumi again. There were also a few things we didn't have time to do last time ...
I'm in Tokyo at the Narita Airport. Today has been a longgggg day already and it's only 4:15pm (Sunday). My flight boards at 4:50pm so I had enough time to eat my last Japanese meal. I am very very sleepy. So I'm pretty sure I will sleep as soon as I sit down on the plane. I'm getting more and more excited to get back ...
... shift 00 - 10:00 included a magic show, making wizard hats and then a science lesson in making slime, and a planet from the solar system. Lots of fun when the kids do not understand English. Using a lot of hand signals and smiles. And say thank-you- arigato (sp?). Thank goodness they All know how the play the card game UNO!!!!!!! I have attached a copy of our activity programs: English & ...
Hi it's me. Late start in blogging. It's 1:15am San Diego time. Technically day 2 already. No sleep on the plane yet. Trying to stay up so I'll be tired when we get to tokyo. Just had my Skysnax. Pretty good. Can't believe dried fish was an item. Played too much Bejeweled 2. Can't believe we're going to be in Japan in a few hours. It always feels weird going to Japan even coming back. Such a different feel to Japan than home. Not bad, just different. It's ...
... were huge hanging lanterns. Bryce, the electrician that he is, was trying to figure out how they hung something that heavy through the ceiling. I just smiled at him and his curiosity. We left the temple after sitting awhile and walked around the back of it where we were faced with a huge rock wall with statues built into it. We read that they were deities that protect people from their worldly desires. They were very interesting to look at. Looking down you can see ...
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