Minoo Kanko Hotel
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... out of our street close and put on our Yukata and obi sashes and then headed over for a traditional hot japanese bath. Very relaxing. We then had an amazing, long traditional meal (see the pictures) and then relaxed in the massage room for the night, drinking beers and making new Japanese friends. We retired to our room later that evening where we slept on beds made for us on the floor, listening to the pleasant sound of the rain falling outside.
... We got a small soundproof room to ourselves with which we could shout out (I mean 'sing') tunes for a couple of hours. Back at the hostel reviewing photos from today. The best ones are on our Limux camera so I can't upload here but I'll put a couple to give you an idea. We are in dire need of doing some laundry so tomorrow morning is dedicated to that and trying teapot lane again (but it's a Saturday so it might be closed anyway grr). Hope all is well! Xox w & ...
... not happy with Tina and screeched at her prompting her to jump away. Don't worry - I got the picture.
At 12:30, they started blasting "Infernal Galop" from the speaker system - which was apparently the signal that the monkeys were about to be fed. Because monkeys can cancan too? And so they mobbed the park keeper as he walked through the area throwing chestnuts everywhere. SO MUCH MONKEY. THEY WERE EVERYWHERE. We were worried we'd kick them by accident, but we managed ...
... also has a beautiful garden and blossoming sakuras, which are past full bloom now and are raining myriads of petals, like pink blizzard.
Since we had some time to kill before the geisha performance in the evening, we had some quick lunch at an udon place (where you got noodles and could add as much soup as you wanted on top), and then checked out the very interesting Kyoto International Manga ...
... in Japan.
Off to the airport the next day, for
our first flight since we left England a month and a half ago, to
If getting a little fed up of Japanese
food, or want to save some money and eat in, 7-elven is the place to
go. Don't expect to get around as easy – least metro lines means it
is harder to get around so expect to walk more then you would in
other parts of Japan.