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Travel Blogs from Kyoto
... afternoon. Now, the next day I mostly chilled out. It was my last day, I slept in, did some groceries and had lunch at a crazy place. My mind went like this: It's 97 degrees Celsius outside, Nowhere can be comfortable to sit, except maybe along the river… there are some cool lunchrooms there, let's check it out. This does not sound strange yet, where it not that those cool places offer 0% shade. If at all possible it was as hot as the surface of mercury on ...
By morning I had decided to email Hiroko the lady who owns the house we are renting and ask if is worth going to the lost and found at the station. After all Japan is a safe country. She volunteered to look for me so I gave her the details and we set of to explore the temples along the philosophers path. With in a few hours we had an email ...
... was also really nice. Apparently
Christmas night is the night for young lovers to go on dates so it
was quite appropriate we had our own little romantic booth!
Steph played around with photo shop for
the first time and got one of our photos from Universal studios with
the x-mas tree to write a x-mas message and send to friends and
First day we started our blog using
Tumblr. Chosen due to it's appeal of lazy blogging by photos ability. ...
The last couple of weeks has been pretty repetitious on the
training side of things, Judo, weights, Fitness every day except Sundays from
8 - 3 with breaks in between. After that
it’s on to the Clinic for physio treatment (a pretty awesome massage) and then
to the onsen for hot and cold baths for recovery.
Last Sunday as I alluded to in my last entry we travelled to
Nara for the Kansai area championship – a tournament for ...
... march through the suburbs of Kyoto to try and see the temples before it got dark. Eventually we found them. On first impression they did not overwelm, they were nice but very similar to the other temples we had seen but after a bit of exploring we couldn't believe our eyes. There were miles after miles of orange wooden tunnels(cant explain-see picture) all the way up the mountain side overlooking Kyoto, it was absolutley amazing. After walking through them for a while ...