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23.12.2013 | 京阪の秋(四)

[Volume 8 Issue 12, #1841]
本來話呢個trip要儘量寫多啲嘅, 不過始終個trip都好短吖嘛, 真係冇咩可以寫, 而我又一向都不擅長長篇大論.. 一連四個post轟炸大家, 見個到訪同埋留言數字, 我都知道大家嘅興趣開始減弱喇, 所以見好就收.. 而且寫呢四個post我都好辛苦㗎, 由揀相到research到寫再到執(我唔係真係求其寫個post就算㗎, 我好認真㗎), 一個post要用我兩日時間咁多呀!! 所以由原本打算寫三個post拉長變四個, 我覺得夠晒皮啦, 呵呵.. 今日呢個係最後一個post, 寫晒㗎喇, 大家將就下, 俾下面我, 多多捧場啦!! :p 
i thought i wanted to write more about this trip, but it was such a short one afterall, there really aren't much to write, and i am always not good in long-winded stories.. four back-to-back post bombarding the readers, i knew everyone started to get less interested when i see the number of page loads and comments, better wrap it up before too late.. actually these posts were a challenge to me, from picking photos to doing research to writing to final touch-up (i just cannot pass myself to simply write a post, i'm that serious), one post took me two days to finish writing!! hence, from the initial 3-post plan to now 4 posts, i have enough, haha.. so, this is the last post for my osaka and kyoto trip, it's the end of the trip, just bear with me for another one, give face and show your support please, okay?? :p 
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京阪の秋2013 | autumn in kyōto and ōsaka 2013
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  1. i'm the first! good morning~ nice trip too~

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  2. Oh, so jung yau part 4.. Then yau mou part 5? Or part 4 is the last one, coz you said you have enuff..

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    1. Aiyo, no need write ask us to give face and show support and komen, coz even if you don't write like that also I am sure everyone will also komen komen ger la..

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    2. Eh, I realize you like to take photos standing sideways..
      Apasal your B picture no trademark smile geh? (see mouth only no see eyes), hehe..

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    3. The prawn was still moving when your fren bit into it? In the first place, if it is still raw/moving, why he wana bit into it leh? Tak geli ke? hehehehe..

      I have never seen live prawns in a sashimi bowl.. I tot sashimi = raw fish, no? They give live prawns, wah, how to makan oohh?

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    4. Erm, what is the reason they use a live bunny to welcome guests? So poor thing la the bunny, have to sit there and layan you all.. if wana go pee or poo also dunno how? No choice have to tahan until being let go for his/her toilet break..

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  3. Good morning SK and everyone, thanks for sharing the photos, enjoy seeing those pictures that you took... :)

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  4. Oh? New post...they all look identical I did not realise this when I popped over earlier. :(

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  5. Beautiful photographs, I love the golden leaves of autumn...so romantic. Hey! Who took those photographs of you? How come you never share snapshots of your travelling companion? Come, come...show!!!

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    1. Not Twilight Man...or Simple Person, I'm sure?

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  6. Morning!!! Morning!!! Happy Monday!!!

    Aiyo, because if one time comment each photo in advanced may take very long time....so must comment slowly mah!!! =]

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    1. #A Wow, the autumn view so beautiful!!! When I go travel by myself I woke up very early in first few days, but later on.....I slept till quite late......as another reason to wake up late during holiday!!!

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    2. #B Actually what I did last time was, stand under the same tree to take four different season picture, so then can see how the season change!!! =]

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    3. #C This view look like the one I used to see in anime lo!!! Hahaha....but all the anime views look alike, only different is their skill of drawing look pretty or not!!! =]

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    4. #D Nice to visit local market, even though they said, they might sell the same as ours!!! But still, we can see some cultural different!!! =]

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    5. #E Those flowers look so colorful and attractive...

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    6. #F Look so yummy, didn't have any fresh seafood for so long......!!! =[

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    7. #G I always like to visit ancient buildings, they're more valuable and special!!!

      Btw, from this picture that "tiang" signboard look like somehow in gold!!! Hehe!!!=]

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    8. #H Hahaha!!! Finally get to see your signature pose!!! Was thinking you had missed out something lol!!!

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    9. #I I know this place, still have article about this place which I cut from newspaper last time(actually very long time ago, around my primary school like that)

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    10. #J Like the one at China Forbidden City….has a lot of gates with different unique names….

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    11. #K I know the history of this tower….through anime, hahaha!!! Lots of anime love to use this building to start some topic, especially those detective one, always have some murdered cases or ghost stories inside there...

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    12. #L I like the one on the left, the one on the right like too much bright reflect on the building!!!

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    13. #M Yup, listen, I always curi-curi listen what were the tour guide saying!!!

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    14. #N I also know this place…from Japanese drama long long time ago….even can't recall what drama was it...

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    15. #O The bunny so cute, but I more like it if it's in white, hehe!!! =]

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    16. #P Always like to take their train, very comfortable and quiet!!! =]

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  7. wahhh... I like that Pose-see... very yeng! hahahaa... Yes, the golden leaves are beautiful.. look like gold when pictures are taken.. :)

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  8. I love the autumn leaves. They look so beautiful. I took plenty of those autumn leaves too when I was in NZ and UK.

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    1. cute signature pose! anyone staring at you? You had a wonderful time there. Lots of good food and lovely views.

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  9. Lovely autumnal photos Ah Boy.

    Aiyoh, you write 10 posts on your short trip, we all will support la.

    Fun to see all the photos lah!

    Not everyone of us can go, so it's nice to have someone share their experiences with us. :-)

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  10. those photos are so teasing!
    http://sherrylicious7.blogspot.com/2013/12/7-things-i-would-love-this-christmas.html

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  11. You know I love the Rapit train. We took it to get to the airport too. The nose of the train is very interesting looking. At least for me la. :-)

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  12. ah boy dont merajuk la...me busy these few days leh. you know my situation la...i promise to spam kau kau load many page la.....write more la....me tarak go Japan bhut see through your eyes also syok mah...and more jimat for my pocket too Muhahahaha *kedekut mode*

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    1. if load page to see photos but tarak put in comment angry or not? ....:p

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  13. a- the yellow leaves so beautiful . got take one for me or not :p

    b- photo on the right side nicer looking la. Can see your hair style.

    c- the canal water not muddy looking leh. clean? no sampah?

    d- the market indoors ka? Look so clean leh. and the vendors stack up things so nicely not hap hazardly



    e- the flowers so nice. wah if have apartment or house there make steamboat syok lor ...the seafood look so fresh. That one hairy crabs ka? legs so long

    f- LOL....i baru say steamboat then this picture pulak....moe kau choe...prawns still moving....i would drop it too la. Kinda scared to eat it.

    g- ancient site but next to it got modern building. Wondering is it a historical place where they cannot build anymore there

    h- am sitting at McD and chuckling at this photo. Kaldip looking at me one kind jor. sotplug kucing

    i- who snap this photo? you or your friend? lemme guess...you purposely snap it to show the ancient side and the modern side is it? sharp contrast between both world

    j- LOL....lucky tarak princess staying there now or else if wanna kahwin the groom and his men wanna "open door" cham lor...so many gate/toll to pass through, Pay and play by the bridemaids till charn jor lor :p *my over active imagination*

    k- look very normal only wor...if you dont say i dont know that is a tower. though some temple

    l- i find the left side nicer coz of the clearer pic but right side would be nicer if the pic not over exposed. Colourful.

    m- hmmm...gua dont know japanses how to listen unless they speak eng la

    n- not dark enough yet the sky

    o- woi...terkejut aku with thebig rabbit. real one ah? Not fake ah...i thought fake. so guai didnt hop away

    aiyakkk have to cabut lari liao....be back wehn time permit. bye

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    1. Meow is back in action after busy with Christmas party at her library aka new home.

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  14. I was not around last week, I feel bad for not able to comment until now. 4 posts or more, I don't mind. Your post and your words are much more better than mine. You describe it very well. I guess if you've got long winded one also got people to read one. No worries lar. Maybe mine will don't have lor, unless they comment base from the photos instead.

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    1. Perhaps, I can blog again about my Japan trip which is not in my blogroll too. So long already, hopefull I can still remember it. Do you know that I still keep the Japan itenarary leaflet until now. Wait I really have the time to do it just like you, TM and STP does.

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    2. So the first photo - yellow leafy did you got something back as a souvenir? as a bookmark?

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    3. Hey, you're with horizontal sweater this time. First was diamond checkered one like Aaron Kwok... Eh isn't it your style of fashioned to Kyoto and Osaka this year?... For me I don;t bother so much lor, just take photos lying down the road and snap with those yellow leaves. hug the trees and have more photo shoot here...kekeke

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    4. Angeline, I was asking SK the same question, collecting the leaves as bookmark, hehe! But I think guys hardly do that la!!

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    5. He can actually brought back some for Meow!

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  15. Hey that Nihonbashi (日本橋 Japanese Bridge) - Hubby and I took a photo here leh.

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    1. When we're in Japan - do not have too much worry about the food freshness - always taste good one. Their sashimi is not only fresh, it taste sweet and have crunchy bites too. Sedapnya...

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    2. HAHAHA, here comes your signature pose - photo #H

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    3. About their market, nothing much we can say but one word - CLEAN.

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    4. We just passed by the Osaka Castle only. We didn't manage to visit it.

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    5. Photo #I, I prefer the left side of your photo - more handsome kekeke. Probably the right side of the photo was too bright, unless you put on your jacket maybe there's a contrast there and maybe it looks much better. Just my opinion lar..

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    6. travel tip 101: don't only see, but also listen to people around you, you may get into nice surprises!! haha. So what does it really meant here? Unless we really knows what they are talking about lor.

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    7. Woo Hoo that is a big rabbit seating there...good bunny eh? allowing you guys to snap photos with him...

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    8. So that's all from you huh? Never mind, i'll be waiting for your spring season in Japan's travelogue next year then. Kyoto and Osaka definitely not enough... I would say, I wish to go Japan every year too. Wait for my company to send me there for training. Sigh it is impossible, I rather go there on my own. I know there will be a last post pertaining your shopping loots from there right? I can't wait for the next post.

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    9. Angeline, yea, not fun enough la if it's a company trip, must go there on our own, can take our sweet times and visit the places we want!

      Haha I also cannot wait to see SK's loots xD

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    10. We'll just and wait and see

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  16. Good afternoon SK, and everyone spamming here!
    It's a wet Monday here in Taiping! How about your place?

    Wow, so fast the end of your Japan travelogue? Hmm, I don't know about others but I am not bored of it yet! Reading your Osaka and Kyoto posts remind me so much of my own trip there in 2009!! Feel like visiting them again, seriously!

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    1. And that's a very beautiful photo, photo A. If we can see such beautiful scene, wake up early also worth it la!! But true, I usually wake up very early during a trip (regardless of the time difference), sometimes just cannot get used to the hotel's bed and environment =)
      Did you collect some of the leaves? I remember collected a few of those autumn leaves when I was in Japan, and made them into bookmarks when I came home ;)

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    2. I too love visiting local markets oversea. There're just so many interesting things to see and eat! Just taking photos of it is a good experience already. In fact if given a choice, I'd rather visit this market than those museum/church, even though it might be just a window shop, hehe!
      That bowl of sashimi looks tempting la, though I don't do raw food ;)

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    3. Osaka castle!! I remember this! The view is spectacular! It was still drizzling when I was there, but we still made it to the top under the transparent umbrella =) It was actually a looonnng walk, very tired :p But worth it la! Everything is so beautiful there! So you din't go inside the castle?

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    4. That bunny is soooo cute! Don't you feel like owning it? Haha xD But I doubt so la since you already have fing fing and julius, cannot be that greedy right? :p

      Hey you should share with us what you bought! That'll add up to another photo in your post ;)

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    5. 'Thank you for reading'? Thank you for sharing!!

      It was indeed a wonderful virtual trip for me! You're not too long winded in your travelogue la, don't worry ;)

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    6. ya lor we should say thank you to him, not saying thank you for reading. hehehe...

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  17. The famous Tenshukaku, you been there! Been there, seen that. I love the purity in photo C.

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  18. Took a lot of the autumn leaves when I was in Beijing in November 2004.

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  19. I find some bloggers are really observant of your photos... such as small kuching...

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  20. Is the bunny real or toy?

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  21. Photo L: I prefer the one with the sand path, the one with the lake too bright...

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  22. The fresh seafood must be sweet and tender... yummy! I am hungry...

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  23. Coming back here to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and happy holiday.

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    1. Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday to everyone!!! =]

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  24. a) I love to see Autumn leaves in red, yellow and orange! Your fallen leaves made a perfect yellow carpet of Midosuji. You chose the right time to visit Japan when I thought December was actually Winter. How wrong I was.

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    1. b) Oh my god! My SK Thambee looked like a Japanese Porn Star in this sexy pose. Are you related to Masaki Koh??? Check him out http://aramatheydidnt.livejournal.com/3314828.html

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    2. c) Deja Vue - I remember this lovely canal where couples can have romantic strolls! It is a place not to be missed dei. Next time walk with Kamala!

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    3. d) I had no idea where the local wet markets were but I visited all the covered shopping alleys which was a haven to me. I never fail to visit all the 7-Elevens in overseas to see how their needs are....

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    4. e) I will take note of this place Kuromon Shijo for my next visit in future. The Japanese folks eat nothing but fresh and raw food.

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    5. f) Yeerrrr bad karma to eat live seafood dei. Imagine the pain one's teeth would cause grinding the octopus to death. How come they get thrilled???

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    6. g) Goodness! You are such a diva shopping Queen who needed to unload all your shopping goodies before going on next spree! What did you buy me?????

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    7. h) Ah! Your signature pose, Anay copied many times in Chengdu! What a shame you missed the museum. I guess you are not interested in anything old and forgotten.

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    8. i) The outside perimeter of the Osaka Castle is nice and lovely to walk around the waters. Letchumy did some planking shots and the locals snapped her photos as if she was an alien.

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    9. j) You are always so cleber and could mumble the gates in Japanese names!! Anay didn't even know they had Japanese names for different gates. Usually in China they would called them North, South, East and West Gates.

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    10. k) Why? Why? Why? Your photos taken were nicer than mine. I guess I need to throw away my camera.

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    11. l) Your castle photo looked so white dei. You looked more handsome and alive in the right shot. Next year wear Anay's scarf when you visit there.

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    12. m) In Chengdu i saw tour guides provided their tourists with bluetooths to wear while the guide mumbled softly. You were lucky to overhear them for free!!

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    13. n) I don't recall seeing this part of the city in Osaka. You were blessed to have an experienced friend to show you the best areas!

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    14. o) I guess that was the last time you played with the bunny and snapped its last photo before the owner made it his dinner! In Chengdu the rabbits have short lives.

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    15. p) I still get nightmares hearing the name Shinsaibashi where I slept for 4 nights in 2 different hotels. Namba would have been the perfect location to save the traveling time and costs of the train rides.

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    16. TM is back in action again.

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    17. Better put on your war outfit and brace for the Empire Strikes Back!

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  25. So refreshing, looking at the gingko leaves on the ground! Very nice shots, all of them, however G is my fav - it gives you a certain peace. Thanks for sharing. Lucky you to have someone familiar to take you around.

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  26. 睇到啲相只能以一個字形容 ~ 爽

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  27. Please forgive me that I couldn't write my comment for all the pictures in your Osaka and Kyoto trip, but I actually went through all of them one by one too.

    All I can see, Osaka is a very beautiful place. So well developed, clean and unique. I wish I can make my dream comes true in the coming new year.

    So lucky of Ah Boy for completing his dream to his dream places in year 2013.

    Where do you plan to visit in Year 2014, Ah Boy?

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    1. I love visiting the market, especially the market looks so organized and neat in Osaka.

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  28. 我和你相反勒,那黄黄的街道我觉得很有"诗意" ^__^

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