Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Day 2?

I slept in the living room again, which was nice and cool. I woke up with everyone nice and early, and took the bus with my mom to her work, at Ritsumeikan university. There, she pointed in a general direction, said "go that way, and be back in time for lunch" or something along those lines, and went off to work. So, I went to Kinkakuji, which is sometimes called the golden pavillion by those who cant pronounce Japanese, and boy, is it indeed gold. Took a bunch of pictures. Then I wandered around for a while, went to the Kyoto World Peace museum, and then went to Ritsumeikan. There, I inquired about foreigners entering Japanese universities, got some info, and met my mom for lunch. After lunch, she gave me a bus ticket, and I met my little brother and some of his friends who were done with school early. We went to a bunch of different temples, and waded through the really humid Kyoto weather. We came across a vintage bicycle shop. Can you say wooden rims?! Can you say really really expensive?! They sure can!

Peter

8 Comments:

At 2:42 AM, Blogger yr ma said...

Dear Peter,

You can leave your bike unlocked in Morris, Minnesota JUST like in Tokyo.
so sorry about your tired feet, and yet so happy that you are seeing these famous, historic buildings.

Maybe you could design a gentler schedule for today?

love, mom

 
At 3:00 PM, Blogger Ezra Spier said...

Even though the kinkakuji is in every Japanese postcard that doesn't have a picture of the Tokyo Tower, it's still really, really pretty and awesome.

I'm very much enjoying your posts, by the way.

 
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