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Kyoto, Japan-Seven Tawainese Girls and Hundreds of Deer

Yesterday, I took the train from Kyoto to Nara, But first the night before was interesting. When i got back to the room about 9:30 pm, everyone including big boobs with blue hair had checked out. I was in there alone-which was neither good nor bad. it still had my upper dorm bed-just unusual that i was alone in a room that was full or nearly full by the time i got here, and i was alone. just me in an 8 person room.

Then at 11:00 pm, there was a knock on the door. 7 Tawainese girls came in, selected beds, and started viciously unpacking. They we're fun so it was quite surprising.

The train to Nara was fine. This was a place a lot of folks enjoyed, as there we're apparently lots of deer around, and the deer we're gentle.

I got off the train and walked up the hill. I saw the deer, and then a lot more deer. They we're indeed gentle. People bought deer crackers from elderly ladies for around $1.50. The deer instantly went after the crackers after someone paid $1.50. I wondered why the deer didn't pummel the old ladies selling the crackers-since they had the stash.


I then walked towards a giant wood building, actually one of the largest wood buildings in the world, with a giant Buddha-actually the largest Bronze Buddha statue in the world. This is the third giant Buddha I had seen on my travels. (first in Hong Kong and second in China)


It was very impressive, but again I have seen a bunch of Buddhas. I then walked around Nara for a while, which is a bustling town with lots of stores. i had some different type of Mcflurry from Mcdonalds which was delicious. Then I took the train back to Kyoto.

In Kyoto, I decided to go to the top of the Kyoto tower, since it was close to sunset. It was a pretty view, but the tower wasn't that high. I then went again to the conveyor belt sushi place I went to the night before. The wait was about an hour for a seat this time.

Posted by DavidPearlman 14:36 Archived in Japan

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