Nara Washington Hotel Plaza
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... weren't feeding them fast enough.
"Use the underground crossings to get to the northeast corner of the Nobori-oji/Route 169. Pop into the free and excellent Yoshiki-en garden" (Check, wow this guide is really helpful I thought, the instructions could not be more exact!). The free garden was just OK.
"Walk from Yoshiki-en along the backstreets to Todai-ji Temple. Before entering the Daibutsu-den Hall to see the Great ...
... other ladies could certainly work up a lather) - and then use the bowl to rinse off. Meanwhile watch what is going on (without staring) so as to try not to make a big faux pas!!!
5) When clean and soap free, get into the end plunge pool. Hot purple scented water!! I had carefully timed getting in this bath so no one else was in there as I wasn't sure if this was acceptable. It was - as I was soon joined by someone else!
... shrine. It took as a little while getting there because we saw loads of deers, so we decided to stop and feed them. They were feisty things. Once they knew you had food they would be all over you. Xavier didn't get on well with them at all. They started to chew his trousers so he just chucked the food on the floor and walked off. They weren't too bad with me, so I carried on feeding them until I ran it of food.
After this we finally made our way to Kasuga Taisha shrine. We ...
... there was a once-a-year Lantern Festival. We went back out to Nara Park where 3,000+ stone lanterns were lit up at Kasuga Taisha. There was also an amazing light show along the long walkway towards the shrine - portions of the path lit up by lights reflected in disco balls hung over the path and light shows set up on screens.
The Big island Hawaii….
Today we went to a salt-water pool and got to feed lots of little fish and also go snorkeling. The pool was really cool because freshwater entering it is heated by lava tubes underground. This water in turn heated the pool and salt water from the ocean. When we got out my eyes felt like they could fall out! Shortly after that I had a stomach ache but it did not last too ...