The golden hour, made perfect with a rainbow.
“Nothing in this universe is accidental, not even creation. If it were, the whole universe would be chaotic. But the inherent order in nature and its extraordinary beauty indicate that behind the workings of the universe are an expansive heart and an intellectual power that the human mind can never fathom.” – source
Quiet and peaceful Saturdays filled with walks through relatively silent museums – the best kind.
Polka dots, mirrors, polka dots, mirrors.
It’s amazing how she can say so much while repeating so much.
An hour inside a Japanese space with green tea, explanation and observing of the tea ceremony, and getting some zen insights. Enjoyed the delectable traditional sweet the most.
This was not planned at all – it was purely a google search during lunch time and hungry stomachs that brought us here. And what an experience it was!
As all the reviews say, the toilet is out of this world. Go google the pictures. I didn’t bring my camera to the bathroom.
The highlight of Arashiyama. Again with not so beautiful crowds – overheard another tourist say to another, later in the day, that she was there at 7.30AM and there was almost no one. Sounds worth it to me!
Day at Arashiyama started with a visit to Tenryū-ji. Beautiful grounds. Not-so-beautiful crowds.
Would love to view it in Autumn..