Arima View Hotel Urara
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... around a teppanyaki table and were shown a menu. After both selecting special Kobe beef lunches we were left by the waiters for what seemed like ages as the anticipation for the meal rose. At last the waiters started bringing our side dishes and sauces to the tables and a chef started to sauté our vegetables. He infused the oil and butter with garlic chips which when cooked smelled absolutely incredible. Shortly after we had ...
... toilet. I will not get into details but let me tell you: squatting sucks!! Right after that i stumbled upon what i believe to be a traditional japanese wedding. Bride and groom both in traditional clothing they looked beautiful. They were posing for the wedding pictures so i took my camera and took a few pictures of them. I went on my way and passed a few temples but i was getting a bit temple-tired. Don't get me wrong, these things are beautiful but after ...
... she should be married and have children, but she does not agree with them. She instead took a leave from her job as a lawyer in Ecuador and went on the voyage to study Psychology, which her parents do not agree with at all. She just got accepted to study at North Eastern in Boston and has in interview to go to Harvard once we get off the voyage. We talked a lot about Boston and how she wants to live ...
... it just felt like you were walking down a corridor, rather than being suspended 11 floors in the air. After visiting the station and enjoying its excessive Xmas lights and decorations, we went out in search of food and geishas (whichever came first). We didn't manage to see any geishas but we did find a very tasty ramen restaurant. The following day we woke feeling refreshed after having a better nights sleep than expected. We took the train to Arishiyama to ...
... photography and I got to try out my new 55-200 lens I bought recently. It is however quite a hassle to shift between the lenses all the time so I understand why professional photographers often have several cameras ready at the same time instead.
As it got dark we headed back home to have a luxury dinner consisting of tacos and tortillas. Over here it really is a luxury. Meat and vegetables are quite expensive ...