Sun Hotel Nara
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... eat from your hands.
After a few minutes feeding them and some photos we ride off too explore the park. There
are four sites of world heritage importance in Nara, two in this park. As its supposed to rain tomorrow we thought we leave sightseeing until then and we look for a suitable comfy spot.
We find place and sit down on the grass only to spot some ants, loads of ants, then we
see the hole on the ground where they are all emerging. A quick ...
... when there is so much choice. Some of the Japanese food is starting to get a bit monotonous and the lack of English gets a bit frustrating. We had our issue solved for us as out the front of a restaurant was a line up for people buying fresh hot gyoza from the fella cooking them. We thought about getting some then realised they have a restaurant upstairs. We went up and ordered some as we both really like gyoza. We also got a couple other dishes of stir fry type food and it was really ...
... wishes for health and happiness.
At Nara, there are many deer that bug you for no reason and they're really annoying. I warned Ashley's family about them before we went, and they understood exactly what I meant by the time we left!
After coming back to Kyoto, we rested up and got ready for dinner. We went to a restaurant that normally seats 8 people, but they were kind enough to add another chair for us and fit 5 at the ...
... far the best okonomiyaki we’d had during the whole trip), the only down side is that it only contributed to my growing okonomiyaki addiction.
The following day we woke up to find that the clouds had cleared and the sun was shining. We decided to redo all the sites from yesterday with the addition of visited some of the city gardens and the Todai-Ji Temple. We picked two gardens which we’d spied yesterday and then spent the morning walking through ...
... refined. Anyone with an appreciation for modern architecture and design would love it. Our private room was tiny yet had a king-size bed that took up well over half the floor space. Chris was impressed that the hostel bathroom had heated seats in addition to the standard ten different features found on most Japanese toilets. Yes, we are easily amused and amazed by Japanese technology as it applies to bathroom facilities.
Of slightly ...