Station Ryokan Seiki
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... to the puzzle were being added. I convinced myself that my puzzle was still complete, I just needed to fit those extra pieces around the edges. I managed that way for years. Then everything snapped. When I made the decision to leave I thought it was because I was a broken person that needed to be fixed. Today I realized that isn't the case. I am a puzzle that needs to have all the pieces pooled together and shaken. There is a different picture than the ...
... There are lots of shops and food places around the main
town area too which was nice to look around before heading back
to...a 7-eleven meal!
After checking out, but leaving our
bags there, we went for one more trip in Kyoto to the Fushimi
Inari Taisha Shrine. This has to be one of our favourite
places so far. It's a large temple with thousands of orange gateways
lining the path from the temple at the bottom to the shrine at the
top of ...
beef rendang – a very good find! Turns out to be in the lonely
planet too. Score!
On the way back to the hotel we bought
some snacks for breakfast – a couple of bananas and some jelly
cups! Eating healthy in Japan is hit and miss!
Day 5 – Tuesday 25 December -
Today we decided to check out the
end-of-year festival (Tenjin-san market) at the Kitano Tenman-gu he
shrine 20 mins away from our hotel ...
... so we shall see. We wanted to go to Arashiyama, I had seen a photo and a note about it in the Lonely Planet. there is a temple there and a bamboo forest. Rick had done all the research once again and knew exactly what we had to do to get there. My husband is amazing with that sort of thing. He is not always a details man but - he does a fantastic job of researching, booking and co-ordinating all of our travel. I probably wouldn't have a clue, so I would like to sing ...
... Kyoto, the weather is pleasant and the Cherry Blossoms are in full bloom. Streets, parks and temples are transformed were barren gardens blossom with life, trees bloom into every shade of pink and white. Concrete streets and quiet parks jump out like nothing I’ve ever seen before. Temple gardens become a mixture of pink, white, green all reflecting of meticulously designed ...