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... is where Kyoto receives it water from. It is the largest freshwater lake in Japan. From there, we walked up and down a gravelly, rocky path. Most of us made it down intact although there were loose rocks and logs. I nearly fell on one of the logs.
We made it back to catch the train back to Kyoto. Tonight's dinner was included. It ...
... restaurant the other day it was pretty good... It was more Japenesed-Chinese food... but it was yummy!
Me, Nick, and Megan went to a pack across the street and took some pictures before Nick had to go to work.
After Nick left, Megan took me up the air lift to Gifu castle. Gifu Castle is where the ...
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 ...
Slowly finding time to update my blog. Sunday was a slowish day, had a sleep in before heading to a World Culture Day event were I met Yuri, a nice Japanese girl who wanted to practice English with me and asked to be my friend. We've now sent a couple of emails but without Caitlin to translate, the conversation doesn't go far. Afterwards we went and ordered far too much Chinese but had yummy dumplings so it was all good.
Yay, Monday ...