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We woke up yesterday to our final breakfast in our ryokan. This was no less involved a meal than the previous ones, although this time all the dishes were brought out together. Or so we thought, Tina and I were trying to leave when the fruit plate was brought in! Too much food, but very delicious as always. We headed to the station at Gora to take our multi-part trip to Kyoto: first the local train down the mountain to Hakone-Yumata, then a local train ...
After our miserable defete by the janaese yeserday, we vowed to turn the tide..... we would see an entire itinerary today.....come hell or cold water!! We climed out of floor bound beds and were fed and watered early! we armed ourselves with the oposing itinerary (western kyoto and surrounding countryside) we had folded bus maps and we were off by 0900 hrs. We hopped from one bus to the next aiming for the large cartoon temple in the top left...... unfortunaitly the bus company ...
... spaghetti and mozzarella faster than I would have liked. The woes of a traveler who is lucky enough to bike without limit in a refreshing new city. On my way home, I stopped by a convenience store to relieve my mochi craving. I sat on my bike and chewed the caramelized mochi off their wooden skewers, and saved another skewer for tomorrow. This would be my final night ride in Kyoto, so all I could do was soak in the crisp optimism of another summer night.
... return to Kyoto. Given it had been cleaned before setting off that morning, the nose of the Shinkansen had an improbably thick layer of flies on it. A very smart lady in a bright, crisply ironed uniform arrived and stepped on board. I thought she was the driver.......until 40 identically dressed ladies bustled onto the platform with buckets and mops. Three to a carriage, they did their thing and trooped off. ...
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After the ceremony was over we all mixed ink by rubbing what I believe was a graphite stick in a little bit of water in a shallow, flat dish. We then wrote our name and address on one side of a wooden stick and our wish on the other side. The sticks are then placed on a table at the front of the temple. The priests will later pray for ...
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