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Tag Archives: Temple
This is the garden temple in the Chinese Garden of Friendship in Darling Harbour in Sydney. So small, and yet so much bigger than the large, towering buildings that are behind. This likely has to do with the temple having … Continue reading
Once again, like the passing of something, here are more photos from Japan for your ocular consumption! Not much to say about them, unfortunately. Oh! Actually… nope. Anyway, I hope you enjoy.
I woke up somewhere around five-thirty in the morning. I got up and made my way to the bathroom to use the toilet. Two of the people having shots were there cleaning the bathroom. I’m fairly certain they told me … Continue reading
In the morning I headed out to 厳島 (Itsukushima) again. My plan was to spend time on 厳島 in the morning, then head to Hiroshima in the afternoon to see the Hiroshima Peace Memorial in preparation for taking a photo … Continue reading
In the morning I headed off to the Nintendo offices. Having enjoyed a number of the things they’ve been part of, I wanted to see their building. If I didn’t, it wouldn’t have mattered to me, but as I had … Continue reading
Here are yet even more pictures for your viewing pleasure. Included are pictures involving the progress of a bike around a mountain. I hope you enjoy.
Shortly after waking, I spent time wandering again. During the previous day (and early in my cycle) I passed by a long canal-like area that I thought would be worth checking out. I asked Gabe if he wanted to come … Continue reading
So, here are some pictures from m first day of being in Japan. I hope you enjoy.
After getting off the plane, getting through customs was much faster than it had been at Tullamarine. We reached a food court at the airport (Narita). Gabe decided the best course of action was to eat (as we needed to … Continue reading