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Jagwar-Shelter Song by Temples (Jagwar Ma Jono's Wrong Mix)

Just because it is the weekend, and I love Temples, and I want to dance……

Music

A Day in Kamakura

“And there is a Japanese idol at Kamakura”

Rudyard Kipling

 

Kamakura, after some half-dozen visits, still remains my favourite travel destination in Japan.  If fate had swung differently, and I hadn’t put down roots in Saitama, I probably would have made an effort to live there. 853 more words

Suburban Wildlife

Kyoto day one: Higashiyama

I spent two days in Kyoto falling in love with the smells of the fresh air near the mountains, tasting the street food, enjoying ice cream in the sun outside world heritage temples, trying to take in the view from the top of mountains… I could go on forever! 914 more words

Travel

Photographing Chiang Mai's Landmarks

I love photography, and I love photographing well-known landmarks in a city. Capturing something familiar and making it your own is such a rush. In Chiang Mai, most of the well-known landmarks are actually Buddhist temples. 82 more words

Asia

First trip to Thailand

Booking a flight at 6 a.m., taking off from Vienna at 7 p.m.,

watching the sunrise above North India and having fresh mango

and Som Tum salad for dinner in Bangkok. 41 more words

Pinoro

Flashback Friday: Angkor Wat

A few years ago, we were fortunate to travel to Cambodia and see the Temples of Angkor Wat.

This was one of our very favorite trips ever! 21 more words

Offbeat

Three Valuable Items Open Only During Spring in Kyoto

There are many temples/shrines in Kyoto that don’t open some of their buildings, arts and hand crafted goods. However, depending on the season, they open these exceptionally valuable items to the public. 460 more words

Kyoto