L'Hotel de Hiei
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Ya estamos en Japón, en Kyoto exactamente, capital cultural e histórica del país. Otra ciudad grande, mas de un millón de habitantes. Sede de unos 2000 templos y santuarios!!! no creo que nos de tiempo a verlos todos...En esta época del año todo esta precioso, hay muchos árboles, especialmente cerezos y ahora tienen unos colores espectaculares, en una misma rama puedes ver diferentes tonos, sobre todo rojos y ocres. Viene gente de todo Japón a ...
... Can you imagine how that would work anywhere else but here!? It really goes to show the privileges you can enjoy when everyone behaves themselves. I’m sure the privileges go deeper than just vending machines too!
However, while I’m on the subject of well behaved people, we have noticed a little of the underbelly of Japan while here in Kyoto.
We had arrived at the station and Vinh was on his smartphone figuring out what station ...
... aside I just followed suit. The bath houses were amazing, massive hot
pools, saunas, steam rooms, salt baths, salt rooms and cold water pools. It was
the perfect way to relax after a pretty intensive training session. After the day
at the pools we went to have dinner and went to the bar, the dehydration from a
good 6 hours in hot pools made this a pretty interesting experience.
However, it is the ...
... was our choice of transport .. what a great experience it was!!..for this magical place..our fit energenic man Masahiro guided the rickshaw around the narrow pathways with ease..The fences alongside of the paths are still made from the twigs of fallen bamboo stalks. the bamboo itself only 3 months old reaches up to 10 metres in height.. the groves cover an area of 16 square kms ..plenty of paths and sights to impress..
... find a bamboo forest on its border. I'd never
seen one before, possibly never seen a photo. I can remember a
painting of one I liked by S that decorates B and G's room. Anyway,
for the first time in my life I came upon a bamboo forest. “Oh,”
I said simply, out loud in the silence. The bright green trunks are
packed together so tightly, you have to imagine any wildlife moving
in there weaving in and out of them. Their yellow leaves ...