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We had our own provate house keeper..who helped ans provided us with anything that we need. Lisa was her name. Very impress with thos hotel!9
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I forgot to attach the video i took of Shohei when he stepped up to the piano to play for the first time in 2 years.
The bar was too dark to be able to see him but just listen to the tune he played right there in Kyoto on a Monday evening after ...
... abound I explore the bamboo groves will Isao once again. The pictures talk this place up. It is good, but also quite small. More interesting was watching people scramble to try and catch a photo or two of the passing tourist trains! Walking to a crowded bridge we watched water cascading over a weir before heading off along the river on an empty path. This proved to be ideal, with boats plying their trade and ferrying people up the river. Half way on the path we hear ...
We decided to take a trip to Kyoto before I started working. We took the train (with several connections) all the way to Kyoto, which took about an hour and a half. Upon arriving at Kyoto Station, we walked off the train and into a massive futuristic looking building. It contains several train lines, stores and restaurants, as well as having a stage and a garden on the top floor, which was ...
... the basics and laughed at the jokes they made, which mostly consisted of slapstick humour.
We quickly moved on to the ninja show, which promised amazing acrobatics, stunning visuals and some comedy gold.
We sat down and were not disappointed. Again, we understood almost none of the Japanese, but the overall performance was excellent. Apart from the acrobatics, this had many of the elements we put into one of our pantomimes. It had outrageously dressed ...
... to not stare, don't touch, don't feed and use caution when taking photos so as not to upset the monkeys. I was happy to have released my expectations earlier in the day because my second stop was to Fushimi, known for its orange beams and crossways. It was stunning. And the paths lead all the way up a mountain. They changed in sized and depth, but they were always the same. Pure orange on one side, prayer writing on the other. After doing the monkey ...