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The Empty Walk

Hi blog. It was Saturday.  After a very busy and sometimes infuriating week, I decided that I needed to get out of the house.  The afternoon weather was warm enough to not require a jacket or hat, and there wasn’t … Continue reading

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From the General’s Hill to the White Horse

A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse Richard III, Shakespeare Hi blog. I can’t believe a month has passed between posts.  (Well, actually I can, but I will spare you the gory/boring details and get on with it.) … Continue reading

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A Walk in Heirinji

It was a cloudy but warm Saturday afternoon in February.  I was feeling the effects of not going out the previous weekend and then having a week filled with too many unpleasantries.  I had made up my mind to go … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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