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... my math skills can figure out pretty quickly that these religious identities are not mutually exclusive. In fact, most Japanese say that they have no religion at all. They see Shinto as a way of life, not a religion. This way of life of theirs is uniquely Japanese and seems to have no strict rules at all.
Shinto is sometimes called “nature worship,” but even that doesn’t seem to capture this “non-religion-religion.” Yes, they deify ...
... on a 3DS charger. I picked up a compact one that's been pretty good! I've had lots of StreetPasses and I've been playing The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, which I'd saved from my birthday to play on this trip. It's been useful for train journeys! We went to a nice udon place for dinner but the staff weren't very forthcoming - luckily a local lady realised we didn't know we had to summon the staff and she called them over for ...
... after a short walk through the icy night air we arrived at our actual hotel.
To exhausted, and too damn far away from anything fancy for dinner, we again settled for a cheap and easy dinner from the convenience store downstairs in the hotel, which in this instance is a Lawsons, and put the girls to bed.
They're going to need their sleep. Tomorrow is a big one, with a trek across half of Tokyo planned.
... food i had ever tasted. The hotel service was excellent one call i they would list a million people to serve you not only that my room's bed was so damn comfortable i slept like i had never slept before!
The first place i visited was club on the park. Their spa, it was so damn relaxing it was like i was in heaven. The women who was giving the Spa was so good at it i really felt ...
... dishes. They are very, very good.
We then tour the Jim Thompson House, once owned by American architect Jim Thompson who settled in Bangkok after World War II, where he worked for American Intelligence and became fascinated by Thai culture and artifacts. He dedicated himself to reviving Thailand's silk industry, bringing in new dyes to create the bright pinks, yellows, and turquoises famous today. His silks were used for the movie musical The King & ...
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