3rd April 2005

I am now sitting in Tani House in Kyoto. I am trying to dry out.
As soon as I got on the bus to Tani House a thunderstorm started.
I got drenched on the way from the bus stop, and with perfect timing, the rain stops as soon as I enter Tani House.
Mrs. Tani is realy friendly and can speak very good English. She brought me some Japanese tea, and was concerned that I might not like it.
For some reason, and I can’t for the life of work out why, all this reminds me of St. Helens.
Perhaps too many wet childhood summers spent at my Grandmothers. 😉
It is all very homely here and I can see why Mamiko would recommend it.

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