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... skin and tail brought out but it was really fatty and made me feel quite sick. Eventually she brought out things for me to have a hotpot on my own, which we weren't expecting and didn't really want by this point. So we declined but they still charged us for it. We left disappointed with both the food and the price and I was even more disappointed as I was sick later that night.
The next morning, we packed up and went for lunch (at ...
... and places
in the city of Nara. Deer, regarded as messengers of the gods in the Shinto religion, roam the grounds freely.
Nara Park (奈良公園 Nara Kōen
Today was a fun day. Firstly, we came to the Macao airport and we flew to Osaka, Japan. As we have seen today, Japan is beautiful and clean. Secondly, we went to the Tower of Babel. Actually, we just bought some food and drinks. Some of the girls were late that time including me, we were waiting for food. I'm sorry I was late and I think I shouldn't be late again. Thirdly, it is the most exciting part that we went ...
... the 8th century. As a result, there are some significant ancient structures there, the most famous of which is the Daibutsu or Grand Buddha. The Daibutsu has some impressive statistics associated with it. It is 15m tall, weighs 500 tonnes, and is one of the largest bronze buddhas in the world. It also has nostrils of 50cm diameter, and I wasn't initially sure why the guidebook felt the need to specify that! When it was built during the Edo period the cost ...
... history, geisha's, some of the language, thing to do, and rid bits of Information that would have been helpful from the get go, like international bank cards don't work here but they work at japan post office ATMs! We figured that out on our own on the first night in Tokyo but it would have been nice to know in advance haha
Nara is a really small town but very much engulfed in nature. I found a walking guided tour from a blog online ...