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... and enjoy. I am pretty sure I saw a Geisha as when I walked by a place two men hurried a lady into an awaiting car and off she went and they stayed behind. I am finding the many many many eating options over whelming. I found a place that had written in English, "smiles are welcome" so I went in. I was happy to not have noodles! I had the best miso soup and a chicken dish with rice. Now off to sleep with some cold meds with hopes of feeling better ...
... to a tea ceremony..the location is in the heart of Kyoto so there is lots to explore, great classy shops, the shrine and a few old streets which have not been modernized.
There are many young ladies in traditional kimonos, not to forget the young men, they all looked delightful and were happy to have their picture taken. It is the Bon Holiday so many were going to the shrine at the end of the street to greet their ancestors.
... very cautious about eating anything other than western food since my food poisoning but we both fancied something different tonight and were very pleasantly surprised (although somewhat anxious until the food arrived as the menu stated that chicken breasts would be cooked 'rare'! Thankfully the chicken I ordered was fully cooked). On the way back to the hotel we stopped at a shop for ...
... it was a fluke discovery the night before while chatting with an englishman at the hostel, but I'm glad I found out! with the weather partially cooperating, I abandoned my original planned sequence and crossed town to the arashiyama region to check out the highly touted bamboo forests. I'm pretty sure photos won't do this place justice; it was pretty neat. I'm also happy there was a breeze, because i could ...
The monkey park was totally worth the climb. Standing in a small enclosure (we had to be behind the bars!), we poked out open hands holding pieces of banana, apple and peanuts. The monkeys were constantly hungry, and the baby monkeys always attracted the most food and squeals of "so cute!!"
it was a busy day and we made our way back to Kyoto station to end the adventure with a giant, steaming bowl of ramen noodles.