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... The normal bumping on the approach to SFO was not bad. The landing was good enough.
The lady seated in front of me, who had been up and down, and in and out of her carry-on during the trip, quietly and very lady-like vomited on the floor in front of her seat as she arose to leave. Otherwise, the exit was smooth.
Customs was easy and quick. Shortly after we arrived at the baggage carousel, the buzzer sounded. Guess who’s bags were in the very ...
... tous ses habitants.
Donc oui, j'ai de nouveau eu la chance de prendre des cours de SHODO (voir photos)
La première chose que j'ai apprise c'est que SHODO ne devrait pas être traduit par ''calligraphie'' car il ne s'agit pas de faire quelque chose d'agréable à voir mais d'accéder à un moyen de méditer. C'est pour cela que SHODO s'écrit avec ces deux kanjis : 書道 qui veulent dire ''la voie de l'écriture''. Le DO de SHODO est le même DO que l'on retrouve dans ...
... wooden building in the world had incense burning throughout. Inside of the Temple is a wooden beam with a hole near the
floor. It is believed that if someone
can crawl through the hole, that they will have a life of good luck. I challenged Victor, and he reluctantly
accepted. After emptying his pockets he
crawled in to the hole. As his head came
through the 2 foot beam he got stuck at his shoulders. He did persist and made his way out to a ...
... but honestly, it was pretty dull. We were all fairly bored. It didn't help that visibility wasn't great today. So to sum up the ropeway, it was a ropeway up, some quick photos at the top, and ropeway back down. Another thing to put on the "been there, done that, never again" pile.
Once back at sea level, we headed down to Kobe Harborland, a popular shopping and entertainment area down on the Kobe waterfront. After browsing some of the ...
... with trees, grass, ponds, and hundreds of tame deer! Our first stop was the five tiered pagoda which was very impressive and pretty. Helen bought some kibble for the deer however didn’t get a chance to share it out as one particular male with intimidating antlers was standing too close for comfort! We walked into a beautiful park area where we sat on a bench where we watched the deer grazing and people wandering whilst drinking a lovely cold drink from a nearby vending ...