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... main hall of which is the largest wooden building in the world. The enormous building houses a giant statue of Cosmic Buddha, who is sitting on a huge lotus flower and doing whatever a Buddha is supposed to be doing. The hall's size is quite impressive, especially from a distance with comparison to tiny humans crawling around it.
Having visited the main sight in Nara, ...
... that the crispy tempura is dropped into the soup so that it goes soggy and also that the scraps from the bottom of the tempura pan are also put in the soup so that they look like soft rice crispies. Soggy tempura aside, the homemade noodles which we had in our ramen were doughy and chewy and easily made up for the strange rice crispy bits!
The main sites of Nara are laid out across the far end of town and despite it still being pretty miserable outside we decided ...
... the garden then many gardens had ornamental or bonsai trees growing instead. Temples usually sit in a visible position in town. So much can be seen from the seat of a train.
We needed to swap trains in Nagoya to get to Kyoto, we got on the wrong train, but realised our mistake, and hopped back off quickly. There's a couple of bullet trains we arn't allowed to go on with our JR passes, these being the Nozomi and Mizuho, must remember that!
From Kyoto ...
... us. Julien lives in Stockholm.
Last night we went to the Carnivore restaurant (number 1 on trip adviser) that’s where we had a very nice supper. I had Mexican burritos, Elissa had Rib eye Steak and my Dad had a tenderloin as big as a baby’s arm.
The trip so far has been a great deal of fun.. a little annoying with homework… Thailand is not as clean as Canada, there is garbage on the street and the smell of sewer at times… ...
... are relatively tame deer that get handouts from the tourists. They seemed to generally leave you alone if you don't appear to have any food, although a few got a bit nuzzly.
After the great Buddha hall we wanted to walk around this back path to the Kasuga Taisha shrine, but the path seemed a bit much for a stroller, also considering that Carmen was asleep in it. Instead we took a southerly path that led fairly close to ...