TRAVEL: KYOTO


Kyoto.  Geisha.  Origami.  Tradition dating centuries.  Manicured.  Japanese Disneyland but in a weird old world way.  Summer heat.  Relief from said heat with outrageously beautiful thunderous rainstorms.  'Geisha spotting' outfits and copious amounts of delicate printed fabric.  This summed up my time in Kyoto.  Oh, and litres of Pocari Sweat to ease the summer heat.  Who would have thought that a revitilising energy drink with the word 'sweat' in it would taste so good.  Seriously if you have never been to Japan, you do not know what you are missing.  Next trip.  Promise it to yourself.  I'm already planning my return.

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