Super Hotel Nara Shinomiyaekimae
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... nagaimo (a type of yam), water or dashi, eggs and shredded cabbage, and usually contains other ingredients such as green onion." So now I know!!
There are 3 other 'must see' places in Nara all located in a huge park. The park has tame Silka deer which wander around hoping that the visitors have bought deer biscuits to feed them with.
The 'must sees' are a 5 tier pagoda, a shrine which had some lovely lanterns ...
Xavier moved back to Osaka and stayed in the diamond hotel again. This made it very easy for us to meet up and catch the train to go to Nara for the day.
We both got told by some other travellers that Nara is defiantly worth a visit so I made sure I had enough time to see Nara before I went to Tokyo.
Before we caught the train I had to book my night bus to Tokyo. We went to Namba to do this. I never thought it would be so hard to book a bus. The first ...
... through. Natalie gave it a try; apparently she's now ensured of eternal enlightenment.
As at Miyajima, we met many deer in Nara Park. They are everywhere, many of them chasing tourists trying to get bites of their maps. They'll even come up to you and nudge you to give them something. They're designated "National Treasures", but they're ...
The Big island Hawaii….
Today we went to a salt-water pool and got to feed lots of little fish and also go snorkeling. The pool was really cool because freshwater entering it is heated by lava tubes underground. This water in turn heated the pool and salt water from the ocean. When we got out my eyes felt like they could fall out! Shortly after that I had a stomach ache but it did not last too ...
... we chatted the clouds lifted and we were baking in the sun. We walked on through grassy parks filled with over 1200 unbelievably tame deer (many more than at Miyajima island) to the Todaiji Temple, the largest wooden building in the world! We peered through the entrance gate and Jen managed to get a large stag to pose nicely for the camera before we headed uphill to ****tsudo Hall. At the balcony of the hall there were spectacular views ...