People's Inn Hanakomichi
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... walk a little south to check out the Nandai-mon Gate, with its two huge guardian figures" (Check! The gate itself was absolutely ginormous! Really fierce and certainly makes a statement as it states tall and pitch black.)
"Enter the Daibutsu-den. Take your time marveling at the Daibutsu and then exit the Daibutsu-den. (Check, it was a really huge statue of Buddha! The Daibutsu building itself looked like a wooden farm shed, not ...
... into another pool with jacuzzi jets to relax!
7) When too hot get out, pick up stool, bowl and soap and go back into the first room, where a towel is allowed to dry off and dress.
8) Give the lady attendant a squeaky clean bow of thanks, retrieve shoes and leave the locals to have a good gossip!
It was certainly an interesting experience!
... go inside because it was ¥500 entrance fee. The temple looked nice from the outside but I don't think it was worth ¥500 to get in. We just walked around the shrine instead.
Once we had finished taking pictures of the shrine walked to another shrine called Wakamiya Jinja. This wasn't nothing special if I'm honest. In fact I never knew we had seen it until Xavier said that it was it.
We made our way back to the bikes so that we could cycle to the next temple. We ...
Final day in Kyoto before I move on to Hiroshima. I decided to spend the day in Nara. Nara was the first capital of Japan, so there are lots of great sites to see. I wandered around the park for a little while before heading in anywhere as it was really sunny and surprisingly hot! There were lots of deer wandering around. They're very tame and seem completely comfortably around people. I bought some deer biscuits to feed them and was suddenly surrounded by about ten of ...
... I think it was because I drank some of the salt water… DO NOT Do that!
Then we went to a place called McKenzie Park (lava cliffs). It was very cool because the water was having some very big waves.
Then we got to Uncle Robertson's (not my actual uncle just a place) I puked when we got out of the car. Then we got on to a thirty year old lava flow.
We went to the Puna district Kalapana lava flow. We ...