|The quite lovely Gold Shrine.||Another view of said Shrine.||The famous Zen rock garden. There are 15
stones, but only the enlightened one can see more than 14 at a time. I
could see 15 from one angle, but I didn't take a photo from that spot to
But here are all 15.
|The wall and moat of Nijo Castle in Kyoto. I am really impressed with walls and moats built hundreds of years ago. Seriously.|
|Anyone want to watch me pee?||A nice Japan-ish corner thing.||Now that's an entrance to a shrine.||The entrance led up to Heian shrine. It was
|Another view of Heian Shrine.||These are actual "shoes" geishas wore hundreds of years ago. They are called Getas. I can't imagine.||The famous Kiyomizu temple in Kyoto. Built on a cliff. It was impressive.||Here's the entrance to Kiyomizu temple.|
|A night view of Fushimi near Kyoto. These Tori gates went on for miles.||Just a bit too dark.||I love being Tall in Japan. I was standing upright in the shower.||GIMME SOME DAMN FOOD OR I WILL BITE YOUR BUTT.|
|You act all cute and I will sneak around and bite his butt.||These cute girls took English at a local school. The teacher had the smart idea of bringing them here to speak to native English speakers. They spoke better than my academic high school students.||Toudaiji temple. The largest wooden structure in the world. The original temple was "considerably larger" than this one. Wow.||Apparently this is where they study urine at
"we don't need a native speaker to chek English, we can spoke just fine".