Sotetsu Fresa Inn Kamakura Ofuna
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... living abroad. We are our own troop. The first year in Japan, we did our own thing: worked on badges that interested Raelyn, did simple service projects as a family, etc. Recently, we linked up with a few other Trailblazers from the base and there are several new families joining AHG this year! It's exciting to see God bringing all of these lovely families together. We all decided to start meeting twice a month and we began planning ...
... etc. The highlight however was the 25ft tall statue of the 11 headed Kannon, which as legend has it, washed up on shore in the 7th century in order to save the land having been thrown into the sea years before in a far away place in japan (Unfortunately no photos were allowed of Kannon). I spent most of the rest of my time in kamakura following the hiking trails that linked the many shrines along the hillside. This took me uphill through dense woodland ...
... beautiful, and second in size in Japan to the one we saw in Nara. The best part about this Buddha though is you can go inside and view the construction techniques! That was worth the $0.20 we had to pay. From there we walked back down to the coast (only realizing a few miles later that we missed a temple we wanted to see along the way) and got to see the ocean! I thought this was cool and Joel reminded me it is the same one we have back home. He noticed after a while that ...
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- US$1 ~ ¥100
Pros: clean, respectful, efficient, exciting, lots to do, hot chicks, well dressed, helpful
Cons: expensive, very big, silence on the subway is weird, drive on wrong side, poor English
Out of the whole trip Tokyo was my favorite city. As I mentioned before it didn’t blow me away like I thought it would but that’s because I had been in Asia for a few years, so ...
... way and hiked up a narrow road along the side of a mountain. It was beautiful and so quiet! We found a little cemetary... the signs we were "following' lead us to a small neighborhood Buddhist temple. Not where we were going. We walked back a little ways and found a smaller train station. Low and behold, this one had a better map! This is the moment we decide "Give up and go home" or "We're so close, let's do it!". The kids ...