Aaaand we're in Kyoto. It didn't take us long, around 3 hours with the super express train. The whole trip was pretty uneventful. We found the hotel, checked in, and went poking around and ate dinner. At some point we lost the lens cap on the camera, stressed around trying to find it, gave up. Just asking a random camera store was easier than looking for it, a nice lady gave us directions to a place that sold them and we got a new one. Wehu.Didn't take a lot of pictures anyway though, but I will.
We have "sort of" plans for the next few days.. We might take a couple of day trips to Osaka, and later this week we're renting bicycles (which is free at the hotel here), to cycle around Kyoto. It might turn out interesting, considering I haven't successfully been on a bike in like 10 years (I see shinies, I fall).
Teramachi Street in Kyoto, large sort of indoors area, filled with all kinds of shops and cosy cafes.
Mr. Young Men - How appropriate!
On our way to find a lens cap
We're sort of missing Tokyo already, there's still so many things we haven't seen and done there. Kyoto is.. Quite different. The buildings aren't as high, streets aren't as crowded, Kyoto smells a lot better than Tokyo, traditional culture and funstuff like that is more obvious here, and.. It's cozy. Really cozy.