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... 10pm and morning prayer, which I was expected to attend, would start at 5.55am.
I was shown to my room on the second floor - a large space with a futon mat and a thin duvet for a bed, a low table, tatami mat covered floors and sliding doors separating an entrance room, the main room and a narrow room by the window. I looked out of the window and was blown away. The garden was stunning in the zen style with a beautifully arranged rockery, manicured trees and shrubs ...
... us to the Naruto whirlpools where the meeting tides can't fit through the channel and create large (and not so large) whirlpools...famous in Japan of course.
... warm under it! it's awesome!). once again, the japanese have taken what looks like an innocent baked good... like a lady finger... but filled it with beans. they sure do like beans.
speaking of the town, there isn't a whole lot happening now that it's the off season. it's mostly locals wandering about with some tourists. there was usually one or two other people wandering around the temples and shrines when i was out there. but i was completely alone when i took ...
... because we saw a huge line of people standing on a street corner a block from the normal bus station. Onn really came through for us... after he had helped us translate the Japanese bus company website and helped us book our tickets, he actually spent the next day printing out some maps for us and marking down landmarks to look for to locate the check-in points. Honestly, without the maps he gave us, there would've been zero chance that we could've found our way. What a ...
... inside, on! We also visited Ginza, a posh area full of toffs. Apparently, if you want to sell anything in Japan, just put Ginza in front of it. Does anyone want to buy my Ginza car? It squeaks a lot and the breaks dont work. Kyoto - land of Japanese crafts and temples... There are over 1600 temples. Today we visited the Golden Pavillion at Kinkaku-ji in the north west. This was built in the 1220s (sorry, we cant find the apostrophe on this ...
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