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... to quite a unique bar. The theme seemed to be of music and films from the 50s or 60s. It was weird, the food was really good though and to top it off they gave me my own bar! Sort of..the "booth" we were seated at was like a mini bar, of course they made me crawl into this tiny hole so that I could sit in the one spot on the other side of this "bar". After some food and drinks our Japanese friends took us to this special photo booth which ...
... and my day was brightened by the sing-song "arigato" (thank you) and konichiwas of a group of smiling women who hurried to get through the gap I'd left for them before I found some sign language that worked for "don't rush". Day made. The trails were busy, and I got to practice sounding off my own konichi-waaaa. Dominic and I had remarked on that being our one word and how no one seemed to use it, but here I was sated. Arriving at Shakunage-bashi bride I decided to take ...
... stood at the back. When he had done everyone, the main monk calmed right down and talked normally, I think he said something like "and let that be a lesson to you all". I managed to slip out with just a little bow, no one seemed to be angry with me at all." I emerged and went into the temple proper. Several buildings, lots of stone lanterns and greenery all around. Sadly by now that greenery was being nourished by heavy rain, so I sat and read for a while, with plenty of company. Eventually ...
A welcome return to Nikko for a few hours, not long, but a pleasant stroll through the city before, after and during a late-afternoon rain was a welcome break. Camera in hand and a few things that caught my eye in a place I hadn't seen for a few ...
... sans-serif; font-size: 13px; line-height: 15px; ">Would highly recommend Sumica's guesthouse to anyone visiting the area. Dorm rooms are super comfortable and the beauty of them in Japanese is that they don't move, they are built solid on the wall so regardless of what the person above/below is doing, you will sleep well. Accepting to sleep in a dorm will save thousands at the end of our trip!
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