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A Silent Evening in Kyoto Under the Cherry Blossoms
The beautiful white cherry blossoms were in full bloom and their gentle petals would fall down like snow, collecting on the ground.
To get here to Kyoto, I took the bus from Osaka — and this was not the most simple thing in the world. I’m used to traveling in strange places and getting around confusing transport systems, but that doesn’t mean it is always easy! The Japanese transportation system is particularly perplexing. The train system is the easiest to figure out. The bus system is second. The subway is last — dead last.
Many of these places I end up have no one that speaks English, so there’s a bit of guesswork involved. After I’m on a bus for 5-10 minutes, I start to have a sneaking suspicion that perhaps I am on the wrong one! With no one to ask or no one to call, it’s a bit more uncertain than I prefer it!
- Trey Ratcliff
Click here to read the rest of this post at the Stuck in Customs blog.