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... his yummy guacamole!
Today, Megan and I went to conveyor belt sushi, "Kaiten zushi" it was so yummy!
Afterwords we went to Starbucks and chill-axed there for a bit ... Nick came and hung out with us also... after Starbucks, Megan and I had subway "ebi avocado" sandwich. Ebi = shrimp/prawns .. it was yummy
I have left my love "China" and am heading back to the States. I was in China for thee years! I will miss is there. However I get to stop by and say hello to my good friends Megan and Nick. They used to live and work in China with me. It is so good to see them!
They live in Gifu (Guh - ee - Foo) city Japan. It is a beautiful place! I love it. ...
... by his successor and stands today as it was in 1815. The Buddha itself was definitely one of the largest I have seen, although it may come in second to the reclining Buddha in Thailand...which was also covered in gold leaf.
From the Buddha it was a short walk to the foot of Mount Kinka and there we took a cable car to the top to see a replica of the local castle. It was a rainy day and the fog was so thick we couldn't see more than ...
... children; some people like to dress them up, which was
quite interesting). It is also home to the Soundless waterfall which was a very
pretty walk up into the hills above Ohara. We also met Seto-san who introduced
us to fish head sake, tasty rice crackers and told us all about Japan, a really
great person who, like a lot of people we met there, was genuinely friendly and
a pleasure to ...
... we proceed to the shoe changing station just inside the entrance. We abandon our shoes and change in to the provided slippers. The one-size-fits-all slippers while adequate were not a fashion statement. In fact, my feet kept slipping off the sides. Then with sneakers back on, we climbed a large rock stairway to the 17th century castle. Shoes are removed at the entrance, and it is socks only inside the castle. It is quite ...