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... up and played a few games on the PS3.
The next morning we made our way to Nara park. On the way we visited another beautiful Japanese garden which we were pleased was free for tourists. It had different sections with a moss garden, plant area, tea room, ponds and trees. It was a very calm and tranquil place except for the last area where a gardener was ineffectively using a leaf blower to tidy a path. After we left, we stopped at a shinto shrine ...
... The temple is the national headquarters of the Hossō school and is one of the eight Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.Kasuga Grand Shrine ...
... Our next stop is the Floating Garden Observatory, classmates frightened to take the escalator up to the garden, but everyone enjoyed the beautiful scenery. We had dinner at 7:30, the table I was sitting in went crazy when it came to food. We ordered a farm full of beef and vegetables. We laughed and drank (water). We enjoyed our rush hour day. ...
... at the end with a cheesy grin and thumbs up. If the ease with which you pass through the tunnel is proportional to the difficulties of one's path, then I wonder how close that kid might be to enlightenment? The next Buddha, perhaps?
Tomorrow I'm off to Hiroshima to see some vestiges of WW2, and I have no doubt there will be plenty of temples to see too (if I can handle seeing some more). And I probably won't be eating a bucket of oysters.
... intermarry and agenda in my head. He said he didn't have any agenda and would just tell me things about the temples I wanted to see as we walked along. This free ****tsu-do hall is now used as a view point for tourists. There were loads of school groups up there also looking at the view. Tamahiro told me about the light festival that Nara hold every year where they light bamboo on fire as a religious ceremony. Then we sat for green tea in ...