It’s raining in Kyoto. All the activities that we’ve got today are outside. It’s crazy miserable out here. This is day 4 of Japan. We are now in Kyoto We just got off the Bullet Train. It’s pouring down here. We are going to try and get some umbrellas. And try and find our hostel. That’s us checked in to our hostel. Kyoto Morris. It’s actually really nice.
Really nice. Really Modern. Everything is clean and brand new. Big room. Laundry room. Shower rooms. There’s a bar. There’s a restaurant. You can get breakfast there. Western or Japanese. You can hire bikes.
Probably the nicest hostel I’ve ever stayed in. It doesn’t look like a hostel. It looks like a hotel. It wasn’t too dear either. It was pretty cheap as well. We got it on booking.com. We are going to try and find this place now. Fushimi Inari. So that’s day 4 finished. We went to Fushimi Inari. Which was amazing. The torii gates are the ones that they used for Memoirs of a Geisha. They were really cool but unfortunately it got dark when we got to that point. And then we went to a restaurant and we had curry. And it was one of my favourite meals of the holiday. It was so good. It was really cheap as well. Tenner. Tenner. The staff were really friendly. They had an English menu but it also told you what all the sauces and the stuff that’s on the side. Like what to use and what they are for. which is cool because most of the times you have to guess. There was one that said Japanese sauce. Then in brackets; (Not Soy Sauce). Which was nice of them. And tomorrow we have a traditional tea ceremony. Yeah, with not actual Geishas. It’s Maiko. So they are training to be Geishas. We are actually going to have an early night. We say it all the time but we never get one. But we are going to tonight. And we’ll see you tomorrow. Byeeeeee