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Thursday is Temple Day ...

...and Shrine day, stair day & walk 25,000plus steps day.

We arrived in Nikko yesterday after our relaxing travel day (be warned there’s another one tomorrow, really I’m just getting you ready for next week when the trips over but I am open for sponsorship so I don’t have to return to the 8-5 job -hahaha). It’s a pretty place on the edge of mountains but I just can’t photograph it how I want.

Today we visited a few more unesco sites, I’ve totally lost count of the number of temples & shrines I’ve seen recently but I will tell you most have been amazing & today was no exception. It’s hard not to take a million photos & really the photos do not do them justice.

Nikkozan Rinnoji Temple Sanbutsu-do

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Nikko Toshogu Shrine - if you have to pick just one pick this one it’s stunning

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Nikko Futarasan-jinga Shrine

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Nikkozan Rinnoji Temple Taiyu-in (warning step steps)

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Strolling back towards the city we passed through this beautiful avenue of trees.

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I opted to cross the Shinkyo Bridge, photos don’t do it justice but hopefully it’ll bring me some luck.

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My favourite part of today was visiting these guys - Kanmagafuchi Abyss there nestled next to gorge, little waterfalls, a peaceful kinda place, I could have stayed for hours. Apparently if you count these guys the number always changes.

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Really this is only a small amount of what we’ve seen today, there’s been other little temples, shrines & plenty of river shots.

Posted by ChristieA 02:05 Archived in Japan Tagged japan temple river unesco shrine Comments (1)

And the giggles could be heard on the shore

Bucket list item crossed off this morning .... The Bundy Rum Factory!!!!

Really we came so Sally could visit her friends but I backed her up so I could go to the Bundy Factory. We did the tour which was interesting and the best part sampling a few at the end at the end, didn't mind sampling the $180 bottle.

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This afternoon we spent by the river with friends who have a ski boat & jet skis such relief after the heat & humidity. Somehow I even got dragged on to the biscuit (photo proof is on the camera not phone) the only way I could cope was to giggle, which was all they could hear on the shore. It was fun until they started doing donuts & we fell off.

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Posted by ChristieA 00:45 Archived in Australia Tagged australia river queensland rum bundaberg water_sports Comments (0)

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