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... weren’t horrible. However, my hand smelled like this stuff into the following day despite multiple washings and constant use of hand sanitizer. Anyway, this one item in the bento box tasted like these potato chips and I could not eat it. I really have no idea what it was.
After lunch, we went to see the world’s largest Buddha. Once again there were deer everywhere and one started biting a guy’s jacket. The temple that the Buddha ...
... to walk up the 4km, torii-covered trail of the Fushimi Inari Shinto shrine. There are allegedly 32,000 of these torii (gates), all of which were donated by businesses, as this shrine is for the god who is the patron of business/god of rice. This walk is magnificent in a wooded forest and covered by the tunnel of gates. Anand took 26 days to make it up this ...
... typhoon. She replied so calmly to me "Oh I might catch a few temples before the typhoon hits." Wait, what!? A Typhoon!? Here!? Aren't those essentially hurricanes?? For a poor little Canadian like me the idea of being caught in such a thing was a bit worrisome to say the least. Not being too sure how to plan my day I figured I'd play it safe and not stray too far from the hostel. Looking outside the weather seemed fine enough, just a bit ...
The Philosophers' Walk goes along an aqueduct through part of Kyoto, near Ginkakuji Temple. The pathway received its name because the professors at the nearby university used to walk along it from their homes to work. We found all of these cats in one section ...
... the ship to get ready and then went out to a bar in Osaka. The small bar was full with fifteen Semester at Sea students and five locals. I asked the bartender if I could play music from my iPhone since most of us did not know the local music and they agreed to let me DJ. We all had so much fun dancing the night away.
Final thoughts: Kobe beef is delicious. That is all.
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