|Just in front of the Kyoto station is the well lighted Kyoto Tower Hotel.|
We arrived at Kyoto in the afternoon; the tower then was not that striking,
come night time it glowed. Walastik!
H o t e l S e i k i
|The floor and some futons (布団)...|
I'll call this; trying out the traditional Japanese bedding.
Anyway, it really is comfortable. It may be because of the soft padded wooden floor.
Hmmm, One thing is for sure; I wouldn't try this on a cement floor.
|Yep, Tita Lili was that excited to jump|
We are off to see the place where many ninjas and samurai battled and died,
Tough luck, taking pictures inside the castle is not allowed.
Tsk... there goes the excitement.
(Photo courtesy of Alvin Villegas)
|When the rays of the sun strikes the temple; AMAZING!|
|Home to the Thousand Armed Kannons|
Again, taking pictures inside the temple is forbidden
In turn I bought a couple of expensive postcards
Their marketing strategy worked on me, sheesh!
|That cat again!|
|(Ten shot photo courtesy of Dinno Mendiola)|
I just converted them to an animated gif using a free photo editing software
called PhotoScape. Cool ,huh! Never mind the temple, watch us move!
|"Parang trasher lang na tumilapon ang skateboard!"|
The Inari shrine is the wow place for me at Kyoto.
Glad I decided to wear a pair of sandals despite the cold weather.
I think my feet can't bear my weight while walking these path full of orange Torii.
|I thank you nameless mall's food court, for you have offered me the chance to |
eat what I was searching for. Omurice (オムライス) with demi glace sauce.
|The traditional night drinking spree that made the drunk Alvin and me cross the street|
way off the pedestrian lane; just to buy a couple of thirst quenching Suntory beer.