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Takeo and I were on the train from Mt. Koya back to Kyoto when he asked me, "Do you want to see if we can see a Shinto blessing ceremony at a shrine in Kyoto?"
“Absolutely! I'm sorry that I missed seeing you perform the rituals in Himeiji because of my flight problems,” I answered.
“That’s over. But do you want to be a recipient or just an observer?”
This was an interesting question, and I wasn’t quite ...
... to help and international efforts etcs. That was an attempt to provide something uplifting after all the pictures of burnt bodies and charred ruins. Unfortunately several groups of school kids went to the museum at the same time as us so it was chaos. I would have liked to stay longer but the kids were doing my head in so we went outside and walked through more autumn leaves. We covered between 7-10km just in Hiroshima today so our poor feet are a bit weary. Hoping to ...
... not happy with Tina and screeched at her prompting her to jump away. Don't worry - I got the picture.
At 12:30, they started blasting "Infernal Galop" from the speaker system - which was apparently the signal that the monkeys were about to be fed. Because monkeys can cancan too? And so they mobbed the park keeper as he walked through the area throwing chestnuts everywhere. SO MUCH MONKEY. THEY WERE EVERYWHERE. We were worried we'd kick them by accident, but we managed ...
... made it easier just to walk the entire distance. Plotting it out on a map we estimate we've done in excess of 10km's today and that doesn't even include zigzagging for photo locations, which isn't bad for a bunch of unfit Aussies suffering flu.
After grabbing some breakfast we headed east from the hotel to Jingu-Michi-Dori, which is a narrow half-street half-pathway which leads up a hill past some of the most picturesque ...
... of him and Donkey Kong the monkey and since we didn't get attacked I guess it was worth the risk aha. After walking around the beautiful town some more we jumped on another old fashioned street car bound for Kita-ku, Kyoto in order to see the golden pavilion which was nothing like we'd ever seen before. It was once a villa but was converted to a temple after the shogun that owned it died. It's a beautiful temple that overlooks a lake and is said to represent the pure land ...