Sun Hotel Yamatokoriyama
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... After lunch the guide was very keen to show us some of the touristy areas. First he showed us a pavilion that was painted in gold leaf paint but it was so buzzy that we had to line up for a photo of it. We did a few other temples before going to a bamboo forest after a short walk through it there were some more temples before going back and having dinner at a burger ...
... from one engagement to the next. People wait in the streets when the reserved taxis stop in the district waiting for them. The women are like celebrities and to young school girls who visit the area with schools, they are like fairy princesses. It is this image that drives young girls to continue in the tradition but it is dwindling. Day 2 A day to ourselves to explore Kyoto...and get lost. We walked up north east to the Philosopher's Walk, named ...
... sends a beautiful diffused light through the tunnel making it glow. And the green mossy mountainside we are climbing through is cool an verdant, we are surprised as we come to a lake mid way where a host of little restaurants are set up to offer drinks and food to the hungry and thirsty stream of tourists eager to catch their breath on the steamy hot day. We are thankful to take our shoes off for a few minutes, and snack on bowls of shaved ice drenched in strawberry ...
... faster. What i did notice is that they have painted lines on the platform to indicate where the doors of the train will be. And these lines are also used to line up on a first come first serve basis. A whole lot better than the dutch system of pushing and shoving to get in and out of the train if you ask me. ;-) The staff of the train, from the conductors to the ladies with the food an drinks cart bow before entering and leaving each wagon. Oh and ...
... There are lots of shops and food places around the main
town area too which was nice to look around before heading back
to...a 7-eleven meal!
After checking out, but leaving our
bags there, we went for one more trip in Kyoto to the Fushimi
Inari Taisha Shrine. This has to be one of our favourite
places so far. It's a large temple with thousands of orange gateways
lining the path from the temple at the bottom to the shrine at the
top of ...
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