Yamato Kashihara City Hotel
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... a shower and got dressed. I took some pictures around the Ryokan, the tea garden, etc, took pictures with the girls at the front desk. Then walked to the road and took a few pictures, and was going to walk back to the hotel but it started to rain and it was really cold. I hailed a caband 3000 yen later was back at hotel. I left my bag with the cloak. I took my camera and tripod and headed back for the train station. I decided to ...
... br> Hung over and tired we had a McDonalds breakfast, vegged out. 4pm we went to Karaoke! We hired a booth for 2hours, smuggled some beer and wine in then we were off singing away and having a lovely time!! Wow time goes fast in there and we could have stayed a lot longer! Kathy took us to a photo booth, where you can edit the pics with silly cartoons etc! Starving and a little drunk we went for Katsu Curry which was awesome but i have to be honest i ...
... There were two little waterfalls that formed two rivers. One has to walk over small bridges to get to the main pond in which both rivers end and you are greeted by huge goldfish that come so close you can pet them (yeah they really let you do that).
The rivers are called the rivers of living hell representing greed and anger. The meaning of the garden is to find your way through and pass these rivers of hell with Buddhas help. He will lead you to the main ...
... behind in the buttock. Spinning around again, and getting ready to punch the second deer that hit me (who looked like he was lining me up for a 2nd hit), I heard "Andrew! Don't!" from Veronica which stopped me doing it. It is probably good that I didn't, because there was both an elderly tour group and a school group standing and watching all of this commotion unfold.
If anyone is considering visiting Nara purely to see the deer, ...
... of songs about as thick as a phone book!
On Wednesday, we went got to participate in a tea ceremony, which was pretty fun because I'm a sucker for anything Japanese and traditional. Then we all got to try out playing Japanese instruments. I got the hang of shamisen quickly since it's pretty much just an upright three-stringed violin that's played like a guitar.
Today was our long day ...
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