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Travel Blogs from Kobe
... our seats were closed, supposedly full. People behind us were anxious to get past us to their seats, so it was nerve-wracking seeking places for our bags. Carol was looking in the area a few seats past our seats, 18 D and E, when an attended muscled her way through and opened the “full” cubicle above my seat. It had one tiny parcel. She signaled Carol to come back while put my bag in. Suddenly from behind me, a man shoved his bag in ...
... of writing beautifully (for the eyes) but a way to access a meditative state. That's why it's written with those two kanjis 書道 : which means ''the way of writing''. The ''DO'' - 道 - that you can find in SHODO is the same one that you can find in aikiDO or kenDO.
The first step was to make the paper (WASHI) 和紙 ... and i was very surprised to see that it was actually the exact same technic that you can learn in Turkey! Yes... I got to do ...
... beds. The cat was
wearing a large pink sun bonnet, and seemed content about it.
The next destination
was the ancient town of Nara. We navigated our way on
the subway and then the train where a 30 minute ride was expected. While my son has been a stellar translator and
tour guide, he must have missed the lesson about sleeping while escorting a
tour. He fell asleep on the train. I sat quietly and watched the countryside fly
by. The ...
... we went down for breakfast, and took the bags. At this hotel, even though we're staying 2 nights, we weren't able to book 2 straight nights in the same room, because there was no availability for a twin room for tonight (Saturday night). So instead we booked a twin room last night, and a double room for tonight, which is all they (or any other Toyoko in Kobe) had available. This mean't that we had to do a frustrating check-out of the twin room ...
... good friends and getting somewhat very drunk!
We were meant to go to Nara on Sunday, but the inevitable hangover made us change our plans! Instead we went to Den Den Town (which is Osaka’s version of Akihabara – the otaku [geeky] district). Although not as impressive as Akihabara, it does still retain some of the finer qualities such as shops practically bursting with miniature figurines of unknown games characters, thousands of cabinets housing all of the ...